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NOVEMBER 1969 SUMMARY 



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FEDERAL MILK ORDER 



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MARKET STATISTICS 



NOVEMBER HIGHLIGHTS 



MINIMUM CLASS I PRICE $6-84; BLEND, $6.25 



PRODUCER DELIVERIES UP 2.0 PERCENT 



PRODUCER MILK USED IN CLASS I DOWN 3.1 PERCENT 



70 PERCENT OF DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I 



IN-AREA FLUID MILK SALES DOWN 3.7 PERCENT 



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* * 

* SPECIAL THIS ISSUE - Page 29 * 

* * 

* Sources of Milk, December 1968 * 

* * 

* * 
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U. S. Department of Agriculture 
Consumer and Marketing Service 
Washington, D.C. 



Dairy Divison 
Issued January 1970 
FMOS - 119 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Table No . Page No . 

Highlights 3 

1. Federal order minimum Class I prices for milk of 3.5 percent 
butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other indicated point, 

and butterfat differentials, December 5 

2. Federal order minimum Class and blend prices for milk of 
3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other 

indicated point, and butterfat differentials, November 6 

3. Federal order minimum Class and blend prices for milk of 

3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other indicated 

point, January-November 8 

4. Number of producers delivering milk to handlers regulated under 
Federal orders, total deliveries, and average daily deliveries 

per producer, November 10 

5. Producer milk deliveries used in Class I and gross Class I 

sales by handlers regulated under Federal orders, November 12 

6. Producer milk deliveries to handlers regulated under Federal 

orders and deliveries used in Class I January-November 14 

7. Federal milk order Class I formula price information, November 16 

8. Total fluid items, whole milk, skim milk items, milk and cream 
mixtures, and cream sold in marketing areas defined by Federal 
milk orders, for markets where such information is available, 

October with comparisons 18 

9. Daily average sales of individual fluid milk products, selected 

Federal order markets, January-October 1969, with comparisons 22 

10. Federal order base and excess prices for milk of 3.5 percent 

butterfat content, November 25 

11. Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal 

milk orders, November 25 

12. Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets, 

September, October, and November 25 

13. Dairy product prices and manufacturing milk prices used in 
Federal milk order pricing formulas, January 1969 to date, 

with comparisons 26 

14. U.S. milk prices, 3.5 percent butterfat basis, January 1969 

to date, with comparisons 27 

15. U.S. production, January 1969 to date, with comparisons 28 

16. Commercial and government storage holdings, January 1969 to date, 

with comparisons 28 

17. CCC purchases (Delivery basis), January 1969 to date, with comparisons 28 

Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets, December 1968 29 

18. Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers 

and producer deliveries, by market and State, December 1968 30 

Map 33 

Major order actions, November 1969 34 



FEDERAL MILK ORDER MARKET STATISTICS 

Summary 



Producer deliveries and producer deliveries used in Class I 



Year 

and 

month 



1969: 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



Number : 

of : 

comp. : 

mkts. : 



Prod, 
deliv- 
eries 



No. : Bil.lb. 



Change 

from 

prev. 

year* 



60 
60 
60 
60 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 
58 



3.7 
3.4 
3.9 
3.9 
4.0 
3.8 
3.6 
3.6 
3.5 
3.5 
3.4 



Pet. 



+2.8 
+3.1 
+2.9 
+1.8 
+1.9 
+2.2 
+2.8 
+4.3 
+2.9 
+1.6 



. Change 

Del. I frmn 
: trotn 

used in 
Class I 



prev. 
year* 



Bil.lb.; PcTT 



Class I 
utilization 



1969 . 1968 



Percent 



Prices per 100 pounds 
(3.5 percent) 



Class I 



1969 . 1968 



Dollars 



Blend 



1969 . 1968 



Dollars 



+2.0 



2.6 
2.3 

2.5 
2.4 
2.4 

2.1 
2.2 
2.2 
2.4 
2.5 
2.3 



+3.3 
+2.3 
+2.0 
+1.5 
+2.8 
+3.4 
+1.7 
-2.5 
+2.9 
+ .8 
-3.1 



: 70 


69 : 


: 6.57 


6.11 : 


: 5.88 : 


: 68 


68 : 


: 6.57 


! 6.10 : 


: 5.84 : 


: 65 


65 : 


: 6.57 


: 6.11 : 


: 5.72 : 


: 61 


62 : 


: 6.56 


6.11 : 


: 5.60 : 


: 60 


: 59 : 


: 6.60 


6.44 : 


: 5.53 : 


: 56 


: 55 : 


: 6.62 


• 6.44 s 


: 5.47 s 


: 61 


61 : 


: 6.63 


6.49 : 


: 5.73 : 


: 62 


66 : 


: 6.65 


6.50 : 


: 5.91 : 


: 70 


. 70 : 


: 6.68 


: 6.55 : 


: 6.19 : 


: 72 


73 : 


: 6.75 


! 6.60 : 


: 6.25 : 


: 70 


, 73 : 


: 6.84 


: 6.59 : 


: 6.25 : 



5.49 
5.48 
5.36 
5.28 
5.39 
5.31 
5.62 
5.88 
6.06 
6.15 
6.12 



* February 1968 data adjusted to 28 days before computing percentage change. 

Minimum Prices . The weighted average Class I price paid by handlers regulated in 58 comparable Federal 
milk order markets for 3.5 percent milk in November 1969 was $6.84 per hundredweight, 25 cents higher 
than the $6.59 per hundredweight price in November 1968. (See table 2.) Class I prices announced for 
December 1969 with comparisons with December 1968 are shown on table 1. 

Producers in the 58 markets received a weighted average blend price of $6.25 per hundredweight for 

3.5 percent milk in November 1969, 13 cents higher than the $6.12 price received by producers in 
November 1968. Class prices, blend prices, and associated butterfat differentials, by markets are 
reported on table 2. 

The weighted average Class I price for the January-November period for the 58 markets was $6.65, 27 cents 
higher than the $6.38 price for the same period in 1968. The weighted average blend price for January- 
November was $5.85, 20 cents higher than the blend price of $5.65 reported for the same period in 1968. 
(See table 3.) 

Produce r Deliver ies. A total of 100,066 producers delivered 3.4 billion pounds of milk to handlers in 
the 58 markets during November 1969. Thir is 2.0 percent above producer deliveries in November 1968. 
Average daily delivery per producer increased from 1,064 pounds in November 1968 to 1,120 pounds in 
November of this year. Producer number, producer deliveries, average butterfat percentages, and 
average daily delivery per producer for individual markets are shown on table 4. 

Producer deliveries during the first eleven months of 1969 totaled 39.8 billion pounds in 58 markets, 

2.6 percent above producer deliveries made during the same period in 1968. (See table 6.) 

Producer Deliveries Used in Class I . The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I in 58 markets 
decreased 3.1 percent from last year, to a total of 2.3 billion pounds for the month of November 1969. 
(See table 5.) 

The volume of producer deliveries used in Class I during the first eleven months of 1969 in 58 markets, 
totaled 25.8 billion pounds, 1.4 percent above such Class I use during the same period in 1968. 
(See table 6.) 

Percentage of Producer Deliveries Used in Class I . The average utilization percentage in 58 markets for 
November 1969 was 70 percent, three percent below that in November 1968. (See table 5.) The average 
utilization percentage in 58 markets for the first eleven months of 1969 was 65 percent, compared to 66 
percent for the first eleven months of 1968. (See table 6.) 



Fluid Milk Product Sales . Total in-area sales for November 1969 in 60 marketing areas 
are estimated to be about 2.5 billion pounds, 3.7 percent below such sales in November 
of last year. 

Total fluid in-area sales for October 1969 were 1.4 percent above sales for 
October 1968. This increase was the result of a 15.9 percent increase in sales of 
skim and lowfat milk items, which more than offset decreases of 1.5 percent, 
5.2 percent, and 3.4 percent in sales of whole milk, mixtures, and cream items, 
respectively. Complete October in-area sales for total fluid items, and for the four 
major fluid product grouping (Whole milk, skim milk items, mixtures and cream) are 
reported on table 8. 

For the first ten months of 1969, total in-area sales of fluid milk items in Federal 
milk order markets, where comparable data were available, were 0.8 percent above total 
fluid sales for the same period of 1968. Sales were up for all skim milk items , -except 
plain skim milk. Sales of lowfat (2%) milk, and skim milk with solids added continued 
to show the largest increase. Sales of all other fluid milk items, with the exception 
of flavored whole milk and sour cream, for the January-October 1969 period, were down 
from the previous year. Whole milk was down 1.8 percent, milk and cream mixtures were 
down 6.1 percent, and cream items were down 5.4 percent. Daily average sales of 
individual fluid milk products are shown on table 9. 

Filled and Imitation Milk Sales . Survey data of filled and imitation milk sales in 
Federal order markets, September, October, and November 1969 are presented on table 12. 



Table 1.— Federal order minimum Class I prices for milk of 3.5 percent butterfat content, f.o.b. market or other 
Indicated point, and butterfat differentials, December 1/ 1969 and 1968 





' Class I Price 
; Per 100 lb. 


: Fat 

: Differential: 

■ n i ■* 




Class I Price 
Per 100 lb. 


Fat 

Differential 

1T 


Marketing area 2/ 






. u 




Marketing area 2/ 










December : 


December 




; 1969 


I 1968 


1 1969 


; 1968 ; 


1969 


1968 


1969 


1968 




Dollars 


Cents 




Doll 


ara 


Cents 


NEW ENGLAND 










: WEST NORTH CENTRAL -Con. 










Massachusetts-R.I.-N.H.3/ 


7.60 


: 7.31 


: 8.0 


■ 8.2 : 


: Southern Group 










Connecticut 


■ 7.60 


: 7.31 


8.0 


8.2 : 


: St. Louis-Ozark* 


6.22 


5.93 


8.1 


8.0 












: Kansas City 


6.36* 


6.07 


8.1* 


8.0 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 










: Neosho Valley 


6.27 


5.98 


8.5 


8.3 


New York-New Jersey 4/ 


7.26 


: 6.97 


• 8.0 


8.2 : 


: Wichita 


6.42 


6.13 


8.1 


8.0 


Delaware Valley 


7.46 


• 7.17 


: 8.0 


8.2 : 


: EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 










SOUTH ATLANTIC 










: Paducah 


6.47 


6.18 


8.1 


8.0 


Upper Chesapeake Bay 


7.36 


: 7.07 


8.0 


8.5 : 


: Nashville 


6.20 


5.91 


8.1 


8.0 


Washington, D. C. 


7.36 


7.07 


8.0 


8.5 : 


: Memphis 


6.56 


6.27 


8.1 


8.0 


Tri-State 


6.37 


: 5.99 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Knoxville 


6.02 


6.03 


8.1 


8.0 


Appalachian 


6.75 


: 6.46 


• 8.1 


8.0 : 


: Chattanooga 


6.77 


6.72 


• 8.1 


8.0 


Tampa Bay 


7.52 


: 7.23 


7.5 


7.5 : 


: Mississippi 


7.09 


6.80 


8.1 


8.0 


Southeastern Florida 


7.72 


: 7.43 


7.5 


7.5 : 


: Georgia 


6.92 





! 8.1 


. 


Upper Florida 


7.42 


: 7.13 


7.5 


: 7.5 : 


: WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 










EAST NORTH CENTRAL 










: Northern Group 










Eastern Group 










: Central Arkansas 


6.56 


6.27 


8.1 


8.0 


Upstate Michigan 


6.11 


t 5.82 


7.5 


7.5 : 


: Fort Smith 


6.57 


6.28 


8.5 


8.3 


Southern Michigan 


6.22 


5.93 


7.7 


7.8 : 


: Oklahoma Metropolitan 


6.60 


6.31 


■ 8.5 


8.3 


Northwestern Ohio 


6.32 


: 6.03 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Red River Valley 


6.82 


6.53 


: 8.5 


: 8.3 


Eastern Ohio-Western Pa. 


6.49 


• 6.21 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Texas Panhandle 


6.87 


6.58 


: 8.1 


8.0 


Columbus 


6.27 


6.06 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Lubbock-Plainvlew 


7.04 


6.75 


8.5 


8.3 


Miami Valley 


6.30 


6.16 


8.1 


8.0 : 












Cincinnati 


6.36 


6.22 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Southern Group 




















: Northern Louisiana 


7.09 


6.80 


8.1 


8.0 


Western Group ! 










: New Orleans 


7.47 


7.18 


8.1 


8.0 


Mich. Upper Peninsula 


5.97 


5.68 


8.5 


8.3 : 


: North Texas 


6.94 


6.65 


8.5 


8.3 


Chicago Regional 


5.82 


5.53 


8.1 


8.0 ; 


: Central West Texas 


7.19 


6.90 


8.5 


8.3 


Louisville -Lex. -Evans. 


6.11 


5.96 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Austin-Waco 


7.32 


7.03 


8.1 


8.0 


Indiana 


6.09 


5.76 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: San Antonio 


7.36 


7.07 


8.5 


8.3 


Southern Illinois i 


6.15 


5.86 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Corpus Christ! 


7.69 


7.40 


8.1 


8.0 


Central Illinois i 


6.01 


5.72 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: South Texas 


7.30 


7.01 


8.5 


8.3 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL ! 










: MOUNTAIN 










Northern Group • 










: Eastern Colorado 


6.84 


6.57 


8.8 


8.7 


Duluth-Superior 


5.72 


5.43 


8.8 


8.7 : 


: Great Basin 


6.87 


6.58 


9.2 


9.0 


Mlnneapolls-St. Paul 


5.68 


5.39 


8.1 


8.2 : 


: Western Colorado 


6.79 


6.52 


8.8 


8.7 


Eastern South Dakota 


6.12 


5.83 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Central Arizona 


7.14 


6.83 


9.2 


9.0 


Black Hills : 


6.57 


6.68 


8.1 


11.5 : 


: Rio Grande Valley 




6.68 




8.4 


North Central Iowa • 


5.87 


5.58 


8.2 


8.0 : 












Cedar Rapids-Iowa City 


5.92 


5.63 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: PACIFIC 










Quad Cltles-Dubuque 


5.92 


5.63 


8.5 


8.3 : 


: Puget Sound 


6.47 


6.18 


8.5 


8.4 


Des Moines i 


6.07 


5.78 


8.1 


8.0 : 


: Inland Empire 


6.54 


6.19 


8.4 


8.3 


Nebraska-Western Iowa 


6.22 


5.93 


8.5 


8.3 : 












Minnesota-North Dakota 


5.92 


5.39 


8.1 


8.0 : 












Southeastern Minnesota- 




















Northern Iowa : 


5.68 





8.1 


— : 













* Correction: Price for November $6.32 and butterfat differential 8.2?. 
XI See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price la reported, except Massachusetts-R.l. -N.H. and 
Hew York-New Jersey. 

2/ Major city In the marketing area. 

3/ Boston nearby plant price. 201-210 mile zone: December 1969, $7.20 and December 1968, $6.91. 

4/ New York metropolitan area price. 201-210 mile zone: December 1969, $7.02 and December 1968, $6.73. 



TABLE 2.— FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT BUTT£*FAT CONTENT, F.O.B. MARKET 
OR OTHER INDICATEO POINT* AND BUTTERFAT DIFFFRFNTIAI S. NnyFMHFR 



MARKETING AREA 



NEW ENGLAND 
MASSACHUSfcTTS-RI-NH 1/ 
CONNECTICUT 2/ 
AVERAGE 2/ 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
NEW Y3RK-NEW JERSEY 4/ 
DELAWARE VALLEY 5/ 
AVERAGE 3/ 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY £/ 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
TRI-STATE Jj 
APPALACHIAN 8/ 
TAMPA BAY 

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 2/ 
UPPER FLORIDA 10/ 
AVERAGE 3/ 



CLASS I 



PRICES PER 103 POUNDS 



NOV 
1969 



NOV 
1968 



BLEND 



NOV 
1969 



:lass 

II 



CLASS 
111 



NOV N3VEMBER 1969 
1968 



PAT nTFFFRFNTIAl n. H 



CLASS 
I 



CLASS 
I I 



CLASS 
III 



NOVEMBER 1969 



DOLLARS 



CENTS 



BLEND 



7.56 


7.31 


0.62 


6.57 


4.39 




7.8 


7.8 




7.8 


7.56 


7.31 


7.12 


7.14 


4.39 





7.8 


7.8 





7.8 


7.56 


7.31 


6.74 


6.72 


~" 





7.8 








7.8 


7.22 


6.97 


6.43 


6.29 


4.41 





7.8 


7.8 


— — — 


7.8 


7.42 


7.17 


6.48 


6.52 


4.41 





7.8 


7.8 





7.3 


7.26 


7.01 


0.44 


6.33 


— __ 





7.8 








7.3 


7.32 


7.07 


6.43 


6.38 


4.35 


... 


7.8 


7.8 


___ 


7.8 


7.32 


7.07 


6.40 


6.42 


4.35 





7.8 


7.8 





7.6 


6.33 


5.96 


6.35 


6.05 


4.77 


4.62 


S.2 


7.8 


7.8 


8.1 


6.71 


6.46 


6.41 


6.34 


4.03 





8.2 


7.5 





8.1 


7.48 


7.23 


7.27 


6.98 


5.62 


4.77 


7.5 


7.5 


7.8 


7.5 


7.68 


7.43 


7.45 


7.22 


5.62 


4.77 


7.5 


7.5 


7.8 


7.5 


7.38 


7.13 


7.25 


7.03 


5.62 


4.77 


7.5 


7.5 


7.8 


7.5 


7.23 


0.96 


6.70 


6.59 








7.8 








7.8 



EAST N3RTH CENTRAL 
EASTERN GROUP 
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 11/ 
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN - 11/ 
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 13/ 
EASTERN OHIO-WEST£RN PA. 14/ 
COLUMBUS 

MIAMI VALLEY 15/ 
CINCINNATI 
AVERAGE 3/ 

WESTERN GROUP 
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 16/ 
CHICAGO REGIONAL 18/ 
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EV^SVILLE 
INDIAMA 19/ 
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 20/ 
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 2l7 
AVERAGE 3/ 



6.07 


5.82 


5.76 


5.60 


4,42 


4.17 


7.5 


7.5 


7.5 


7.5 


6.18 


5.93 


5.59 


5.45 


4.42 


4.27 


7.7 


7.7 


7.7 


7.5 


6.28 


6,03 


5.74 


5.69 


4.27 





8.2 


7.8 





8.0 


6.45 


6.21 


5.91 


5.33 


4.27 





8.2 


7.8 





a. l 


5.93 


5.73 


5.91 


5.89 


4.27 





6.2 


7.6 





8.1 


6.29 


0. 15 


6.00 


6.14 


4.27 





8.2 


7.8 





8.0 


6.35 


6.22 


6.21 


6. 18 


4.27 





8.2 


7.8 





6.0 


6.19 


5.98 


5.74 


5.65 








7.9 


— - 





7.7 


5.93 


5.68 


17/5.65 


17/5.37 


4.62 





3.5 


7.8 


___ 


8.3 


5.73 


5.53 


5.32 


5.12 


4.62 





8.2 


8.1 





8.2 


6.07 


5.93 


6.23 


6.14 


4.62 





S.2 


8.1 





8.2 


6.05 


5.83 


5.90 


5.74 


4.27 





8.2 


7.7 





3.0 


6.11 


5.86 


6.12 


5.88 


4.62 





8.2 


7.8 





8.0 


5.97 


5.72 


5.87 


5.64 


4.62 





8.2 


7.8 





3.3 


6.07 


5.87 


6.12 


5.95 








3.2 








8.1 



WEST N3RTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN. GROUP 
DULUTH - SUPERIOR 
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 22/ 
BLACK HILLS 23/ 
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 24/ 
CEDAR RAPIDS - IOWA CITY 
QUAD CITIES - OUBUOUt 26/ 
DES MDINES 

NEBRASKA - WESTERN IOWA 18/ 
MINNESOTA - NORTH DAKOTA 27/ 
S.E. MINN. -NORTHERN IOWA 
AVERAGE 3/ 



5.68 


5.43 


4.93 


4.32 


4.04 


5.64 


5.39 


5.25 


4.97 


4.62 


6.08 


5.83 


3.B0 


5.62 


4.62 


6.53 


6.63 


5.64 


4.78 


4.27 


5.83 


5.53 


25/5.54 


25/5.39 


4.62 


5.88 


5.63 


5.57 


5.09 


4.62 


5.86 


5.63 


5.50 


5.23 


4.62 


6.03 


5.73 


5.66 


5.41 


4o62 


6.13 


5.93 


0.21 


5.99 


4.77 


5.38 


5.39 


5.13 


4.78 


4.62 


5.64 





5.31 





4.62 


5.92 


5.64 


5.42 


5.16 






4.62 



8.9 


8.1 





8.5 


3.2 


8.0 





8.1 


3.2 


7.5 





7.9 


8.2 


7.5 





7.9 


8.2 


7.8 





3.1 


3.2 


7.5 





7.9 


3.5 


7.8 





8.2 


3.2 


7.5 





7.9 


8.5 


7.8 


7.8 


3.2 


5.2 


7.8 





7.9 


8.2 


8.0 





6.1 


8.3 


-— — 




8.0 
CONTINUED 



TABLE 2. 



•FEOtRAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK OF 3.5 PERCENT RUTTE^FAT CONTENT, F.O.B. MARKET 
OR OTHER IND1CATEO POINT? AND 8UTTERFAT DIFFERENTIALS, NOVEMBER** -COH. 



MARKETING AREA 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON. 
SOUTHERN GROUP 
ST LOUIS - OZARKS 28/ 
KANSAS CITY 29/ 
NEOSHO VALLEY 30/ 
WICHITA 18/ 
AVERAGE T7 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
PADUCAH 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHIS 
KNOXVILLE 
CHATTANOOGA 
MISSISSIPPI 31/ 
GEORGIA 32/ 
AVERAGE 57 



PRICES PER 100 POUNDS 



CLASS I 



1969 



NOV 
1963 



DOL 



BLEND 



NOV 
1969 



ARS 



NOV 
1968 



CLASS 
II 



CLASS 
III 



NOVEMBER 1969 



I A 



CLASS 
I 



DIFFERENTIAL 0.1* 



CLASS 
II 



CLASS 
III 



NOVEMBER 1969 



CENTS 



6.18 


5.93 


6.14 


5.92 


4.62 


6.32 


6.07 


5.68 


5.51 


4.62 


6.23 


5.99 


5.78 


5.37 


4.62 


6.38 


6.13 


5.91 


5.74 


4.43 


6.25 


6.01 


5.93 


5.72 





6.43 


6.18 


6.73 


6.71 


4.62 


6.18 


5.91 


5.82 


5.75 


4.62 


6.52 
5.80 


6.27 
6.03 


25/6.32 
~ 5.50 


25/6.16 
5.68 


4.62 
4.62 


6.47 


6.62 


6.01 


6.22 


4.62 


7.05 


6.80 


6.45 


6.20 


3.95 


6.89 





6.55 





4.62 


6.47 


6.31 


6.10 


6.05 






4.28 



4.2 8 



8.2 
8.2 



8.2 

3.2 



8.2 
3.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 



7.8 





7.8 


7.8 


7.8 





7.8 


7.8 



7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.5 
7.8 



BLENU 



3. 1 
7.2 
8.1 
8.1 

7.5 



7.5 
8.2 
7.5 
8.3 
8.0 
8.0 
8.1 
7.9 



WEST SOUTH' CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 33/ 
FORT SMITH 

OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 34/ 
RED RIVER VALLEY 35/ 
TEXAS PANHANDLE 367 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 
AVERAGE 3/ 

SOUTHERN GROUP 
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 37/ 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 38/ 
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 39/ 
AUSTIN - WACO 40/ 
SAN ANTONIO 
CORPUS CHRISTI 42/ 
SOUTH TEXAS 43/ 
AVERAGE 3/ 

MOUNTAIN 
EASTERN COLORADO 44/ 
GREAT BASIN 45/ 
WESTERN COLORADO 46/ 
CENTRAL ARIZONA 477 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 48/ 
AVERAGE 3/ 

PACIFIC 
PUGET SOUND 50/ 
INLAND EMPIRE 51/ 
AVERAGE 3/ 



6.52 


6.27 


6.30 


6.23 


4.62 





6.53 


6.28 


25/6.32 


25/6.13 


4.62 





6.56 


6.31 


6.16 


5.81 


4.46 





6.78 


6.53 


6.03 


5.85 


4.48 





6.83 


6.58 


6.16 


6.10 


4.18 





7.00 


6.75 


6.59 


6.48 


4.16 





6.63 


6.33 


6.20 


5.97 








7.05 


6.83 


6.68 


6.55 


4.27 





7.43 


7.13 


6.38 


6.16 


3.95 





b.90 


6.65 


6.32 


6.25 


4.19 





7.15 


6.93 


6.91 


6.60 


4.16 





7.28 


7.03 


25/6.97 


25/6.79 


4.20 





7.32 


7.07 


6.64 


6.31 


41/4.21 





7.65 


7.40 


7.33 


25/7.23 


4.43 


4.18 


7.26 


7.01 


6.32 


6.84 


4.27 





7.32 


7.08 


6.68 


6.47 


— 





6.76 


6.57 


6.2^ 


6.05 


4.77 


4.62 


6.83 


6.53 


5.89 


5.76 


4.23 


4.0B 


6.71 


6.52 


6.22 


5.89 


4.67 


4.27 


7.08 


6.83 


6.47 


6.27 


4.42 


4.17 


6.93 


6.6B 


6.19 


5.97 


49/4. 16 





6.89 


6.66 


6.22 


6.03 








6.43 


6.18 


5.57 


5.39 


4.53 


4.2« 


6.54 


6.25 


5.88 


5.93 


4.37 


4.12 


6.45 


6.19 


5.61 


5.47 









9.2 

8.5 
3.5 
8.5 
8.2 
8.5 
8.4 



3.2 
3.2 
8.5 
3.5 
3.2 
8.5 
8.2 
8.5 

a. 3 



8.9 
9.2 

8.9 
9.2 
3.3 
9.0 



8.5 
8.4 
8.5 



7.8 
7.3 
7.8 

7.8 
7.5 
7.8 



7.5 
7.5 
7.8 
7.8 
7.5 
7.3 
7.5 
7.6 



8.2 
7.8 



7. 5 



8.1 


8.1 


7.8 


7. 8 


8.1 


8. 1 


7.8 


7.8 


7.8 






8.2 
7.8 



8.1 
3.1 
8. 1 
3.2 
8.0 
3.4 
8.1 



8.3 
8.0 
8,3 
3.1 
7. i 
7.5 
3.0 
3.3 
7.9 



3.6 
8.6 
8.7 
8.8 
3.3 
8.6 



8.4 
3.2 
3.4 



58-MARKET AVERAGE 3/ 



6.84 



6.59 



6.25 



6.12 



3.0 



7.9 

8.0 



ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 



6.66 



6.41 



6.10 



5.96 



8.1 



* Major city In the marketing area. ** All averages are weighted. 

1/ Boston nearby plant price (Prices formerly reported at the 201-210 mile zone). 201-210 mile zone—Class I, November 1969, $7.16 
and November 1968, $6.91 — Blend price, November 1969, $6.22 and November 1968, $6.17. November 1969, blend price excludes approximately 
10.3 cents per hundredweight to nearby and intermediate producers. 2/ November 1969, blend price includes approximately 43.6 cents 
per hundredweight to nearby and intermediate producers. 3/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1969, and whi-.h have had no significant 
marketing area expansions. Excludes Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis- 
St. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 4/ New York metropolitan area price (Prices formerly 
reported at the 201-210 mile zone). 201-210 mile zone— Class I, November 1969, $6.98 and November 1968, $6.73 — Blend price, November 1969, 
$6.14 and November 1968, $6.00. 5/ Philadelphia. 6/ Baltimore. Blend price does not include non-complying handlers. 7/ Charleston- 
Huntington, West Virginia. 8/ Bristol, Tennessee. 9/ Miami. Class IV price $3.11. 10/ Jacksonville and Tallahassee. 11/ Traverse City. 
12 / Detroit. 13/ Toledo. 14/ Cleveland-Erie district. Class I and blend price for Pittsburgh district plus 10 cents. 157 Dayton. 
Class TJ price, plus 20 cents for skim milk used to produce cottage cheese. 16/ Zone II (Marquette). 17 / Weighted average of all handlers' 
blend prices at all locations. 18/ Zone I. 19/ Indianapolis. 20/ Base zone. 21/ Peoria. 22/ Sio«x Falls. 23/ Rapid City, South Dakota. 
24 / Zone I (Waterloo). 2_5/ Weighted average of all handlers' blend prices. 26/ Rock Island, Illinois. 27/ Base zone (Fargo). 28/ Zone I 
(St. Louis). 29/ Kansas City and Topeka. 30/ Pittsburg, Kansas. 31^ Gulf port. Class I and blend price at Jackson and Greenville 16 cents 
less. 32/ Atlanta. 33/ Little Rock. 34/ Oklahoma City. 35/ Wichita Falls, Texas. 36/ Amarillo. 37/ Monroe and Shreveport. 38/ Zone I 
(Dallas). 39/ Abilene. Class II-A (Cheddar cheese) $4.19. 40/ Zone I-New Braunfels, Texas. 41/ Class II-A (Cheddar cheese) $4.21. 
42 / Mercedes. 43/ Houston. 44/ Denver. 45/ Salt Lake City, Utah. 467 Grand Junction. 47/ Phoenix. 48/ Albuquerque, Sante Fe, and 
El Paso. 49/ $1.43 credit on Class II skim milk dumped or disposed of as livestock feed; $1.03 credit on skim milk used to produce condensed 
■kirn milk and on milk or skim milk transferred or diverted as Class II milk to a nonpool plant outside the marketing area. 50 / District I 
(Seattle). 51/ Spokane , Washington. 



TABLE 3.— FEDERAL ORDER MINIMUM CLASS I AND BLEND PRICES FOR MILK 3F 3.5 PERCENT BUTTERFAT CONTENT, F.O.B. 
MARKET 3R OTHER INDICATED POINT, JANUARY - NOVEMBER, AVERAGES 1/ 



MARKETING AREA 



CLASS I* 



1969 



1968 



CHANGE 
1969 OVER 1968 



BLEND' 



1969 



1968 



CHANGE 
1969 UVER 1968 



DOLLARS PER 100 POUNDS 



NEW ENGLAND 
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 
CONNECTICUT 
AVERAGE 2/ 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
NEW Y3RK-N=W JERSEY 
DELAWARE VALLEY 
AVERAGE 2/ 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 
WASHINGTON, D„C. 
TRI-STATE 
APPALACHIAN 
TAMPA BAY 

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 
UPPER FLORIDA 
AVERAGE 2/ 



7.36 


7.02 


0.34 


7.36 


7.02 


.34 


7.36 


7.02 


.34 


7.02 


6.64 


.38 


7.22 


6.88 


.34 


7.06 


6.70 


.36 


7.12 


6.79 


.33 


7.12 


6.76 


.34 


6.1* 


5.92 


.22 


6.52 


6.36 


.16 


7.29 


7.09 


.20 


7.49 


7.29 


.20 


7.19 


6.99 


.20 


7.03 


6.79 


.24 



6.13 


5.94 


0.19 


6.63 


6.42 


.21 


6.25 


6.06 


.19 


5.89 


5.63 


.26 


6.29 


6. 16 


.13 


5.96 


5.73 


.23 


6. 16 


5.98 


.18 


6.17 


6.11 


.06 


5.77 


5.50 


.27 


6.26 


6. 12 


.14 


6.85 


6.54 


.31 


7.24 


6.93 


.31 


6.95 


6.75 


.20 


6.42 


6.24 


.18 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
EASTERN GROUP 
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 
COLUMrtUS 
MIAMI VALLEY 
CINCINNATI 
AVERAGE 2/ 

WESTERN GROUP 
MICHIGAN UPP^R PENINSULA 
CHICAGO REGIONAL 
LSVILLE-LXGTJN-EVMSVILLE 
INDIANA 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 
AVERAGE 2/ 



5.88 


5.72 


.16 


5.99 


5.71 


.28 


6.09 


5.82 


.27 


6.27 


6.06 


.21 


6.01 


5.76 


.23 


6.11 


5.99 


.12 


6.18 


6.08 


.10 


6.04 


5.30 


.24 


5.74 


5.45 


.29 


5.59 


5.27 


.32 


5.89 


5.87 


.02 


5.86 


5.64 


.22 


5.92 


5.62 


.30 


5.78 


5.46 


.30 


5.88 


5.72 


.16 



5.54 


5.37 


.17 


5.41 


5.21 


.20 


5.49 


5.32 


.17 


5.61 


5.44 


.17 


5.53 


5.35 


.23 


5.57 


5.57 





5.62 


5.55 


.07 


5.47 


S.30 


.17 


5.31 


5.05 


.26 


5.05 


4.76 


.29 


5.45 


5.3P 


.07 


5.40 


5.26 


.14 


5.42 


5.22 


.20 


5.18 


4.95 


.23 


5.40 


5.25 


.15 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
DULUTH - SUPERIOR 
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 
BLACK HILLS 
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 
CEDAR RAPIDS - IOWA CITY 
QUAD C ITIES - DURUOUt 
PES M0IN5S 

NEBRASKA - WESTERN IOWA 
MINNESOTA - NORTH DAKOTA 
S.E. MINN. -NORTHERN IOWA 
AVERAGE 2/ 



5.49 


5.33 


.16 


5.46 


5.lo 


.30 


5.89 


5.65 


.24 


6.67 


6.56 


.11 


5.64 


5.32 


.32 


5.69 


5.39 


.30 


5.69 


5.39 


.30 


5.84 


5.55 


.29 


5.99 


5.34 


.15 


5.50 


5.29 


.21 


5.49 








5.70 


5.44 


.26 



4.76 


4. 58 


.18 


4.95 


4.69 


.26 


5.40 


5,12 


.28 


4.88 


5.00 


.12- 


5.25 


5.02 


.23 


5.19 


4.B2 


.37 


5.11 


4.94 


,17 


5.36 


5. 12 


.24 


5.53 


5.29 


.24 


4.84 


4.63 


.21 


5.04 








5.10 


4.39 


.21 

CONTINUED 



TABLE 3.-- FEDERAL ORDbR MINIMUM CLASS I ANU BLEND PRICES FDR MILK 3F 3.5 PERCEMT HUTT^RFAT CONTENT, F.O.B. 

' MARKET OR QTHEJ1 IMDiC ATFn PHI.MT. JAMLIAgY. - MQVEHB.F3. AVFRAGF.S 1/ -CON. 

n i« 14 ft i ^tj 1* 



MARKETING AREA 



CLASS I* 



19&9 1966 



CHANGE 
1969 OVER 1968 



1969 



BLTN3* 



DOLLARS PER 100 POUNDS 



1^66 



CHANGE 
1969 OVER 1968 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON. 
SOUTHERN GROUP 
ST LOUIS - OZARKS 
KANSAS CITY 
NEOSHO VALLEY 
WICHITA 
AVERAGE 1/ 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
PADUC4H 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHI S 
KNOXVILLE 
CHATTANOOGA 
MISSISSIPPI 
GEORGIA 
AVERAGE 2/ 

WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
FORT SMITH 

OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 
RED RIVER VALLEY 
TEXAS PANHANDLE 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIFW 
AVERAGE 2/ 

SOUTHERN GRUUP 
NORTHERN LOUI SIANA 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 
AUSTIN - WACO 
SAN ANTONIO 
CORPUS CHRISTI 
SOUTH TEXAS 
AVERAGE 2/ 

MOUNTAIN 
EASTERN COLORADO 
GREAT BASIN 
WESTERN COLORADO 
CENTRAL ARIZONA 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 
AVERAGE 1/ 

PACIFIC 
PUGET SOUND 
INLAND EMPIRE 
AVERAGE 2/ 



58-MARKET AVERAGE 2/ 



6.00 


5.66 


0.34 


6.13 


5.7b 


.35 


6.04 


5. 79 


.25 


6.19 


6.02 


.17 


6.07 


5.76 


.31 


6.24 


5.94 


.30 


6.00 


5.79 


.21 


6.33 


6.20 


.13 


5.79 


5.71 


.08 


6.60 


6.47 


.13 


6.86 


6.70 


.16 


6.79 








6.33 


6.13 


.18 



6.33 


6.20 


6.34 


6.21 


6.37 


6.20 


6.60 


6.43 


6.64 


6.48 


6.81 


6.64 


6.44 


5.25 


6.86 


6.70 


7.24 


7.06 


6.72 


6.55 


6.96 


6.80 


7.09 


6.93 


7.13 


6.96 


7.46 


7.29 


7.07 


7.01 


7.13 


6.97 


6.58 


6.50 


6.64 


6.42 


6.53 


6.43 


6.89 


6.69 


6.74 


6.5b 


6.71 


6.55 


6.24 


6.06 


6.33 


6.20 


6.25 


6.10 



6.65 



6.36 



.13 
.13 

.17 
.17 
.16 
.17 
.16 



.16 
.16 
.17 
.16 
.16 
.17 
.17 
.06 
.16 



.08 
.22 
.10 
.20 
.13 
.16 



.16 
.13 
.15 



.27 



5.46 


I>. 15 


0.31 


5.51 


5.27 


.24 


5.36 


5.oe. 


.28 


5.59 


5.4<, 


.15 


5.49 


5.23 


.26 


5.91 


5.68 


.23 


5.63 


5.42 


.21 


6.13 


6.01 


.12 


5.36 


5.32 


.04 


6.00 


5.97 


.03 


6.04 


5.65 


.19 


6.55 








5.^5 


5.69 


.16 



6.02 

6.09 
5.74 
5.63 
6.00 
6.42 
5.55 



6.51 
6.09 
6.01 
6.56 
6.79 
6. 14 
7.02 
6.78 
6.37 



5.97 
5.61 
5.75 
6.21 
5.99 
5.95 



5.35 
5.59 

5.36 



5.35 



6.09 
5.96 
5.30 
5.46 
5.77 
b.V 
5, c 6 



6. 35 
6,04 
5.66 
6.22 
6.65 
5.92 
6.82 
6. »2 
6.22 



5. 36 
5.46 
5. 72 

3„17 

5.60 
5.90 



3. 16 
5.44 
S.Z2 



5.65 



,07- 

13 

4<t 
, 17 

23 

35 

29 



16 

04 

35 

34 

14 

22 
,20 
,04- 

15 



, 11 

,15 
,03 
,04 
,39 
, 15 



17 
15 
16 



,20 



ALL-MARKET AVERAGE 



6.48 



6.22 



.26 



5.72 



j. 51 



21 



* All prices are weighted. 

1/ See footnotes on table 2 for location at which price is reported. 

2/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes 
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolie-St . Paul, Southeastern 
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 



TABLE 4 P - NUMBER OF 


PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO 
AVERAGE DAILY 


HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL 
DELIVERIES PER PRDDUCER, NOVEMBER 


DELIVERIES, AND 






NUMBER OF PRODUCERS 


PRODUCER DELIVERIES 


AVERAGE BUTTERFAT 

PERCENTAGE OF 

MILK DELIVERIES 


AVERAGE DAILY 

DELIVERIES 
PER PRODUCER 


MARKETING AREA 


NOV 
1969 


CHANGE 

FROM 

NOV 

1968 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 


CHANGE 

FROM 

NOV 

1968 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 






NUMBER 


1.000 


LBS. 


PERCENT 


P5RC 


ENT 


POUNDS 



NEW ENGLAND 
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 
CONNECTICUT 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
NEW Y3RK-NEW JERSEY 
DELAWARE VALLEY 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



9,25* 

1,830 

ID, 08* 



276- 273,756 
116- 91,225 

392- 36*. 981 



257, *86 

90,5*1 

348,027 



6.3 

.8 

*.9 



3.8* 
3.75 
3.82 



3.85 
3.76 
3.83 



1,106 1,006 

1,662 1,551 

1,206 1,107 



29,000 1,599- 762,761 7*9,708 1.7 3.70 3.69 90S 8** 

5,251 327 19*, 991 177,370 9.9 3.78 3.76 1,238 1,201 

33,251 1,272- 957,752 927,078 3.3 3.72 3.70 960 895 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
TRI-STATE 
APPALACHIAN 
TAMPA BAY 

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 
UPPER FLORIDA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
EASTERN GROUP 
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 
COLUMBUS 
MIAMI VALLEY 
CINCINNATI 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

WESTERN GROUP 
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 
CHICAGO REGIONAL 2/ 
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EV^SVILLE 
INDIANA 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

WEST N3RTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
DULUTH - SUPERIOR 
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 
BLACK HILLS 
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 
CEDAR RAPIDS - IOWA CITY 
QUAD CITIES - DUBUQUE 
DES MOINES 

NEBRASKA - WESTERN IOWA 
MINNESOTA - NORTH DAKOTA 
S.E. MINN. -NORTHERN IOWA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



1 ,90* 

1,669 

1,583 

7*2 

118 

89 

17* 

6,279 





39 


9 


,005 


1 


,251 


9 


,997 


1 


,506 


I 


,372 


2 


,677 


15 


,850 




36* 


IS 


,870 


3 


,019 


5 


,027 


2 


,385 




713 


S 


,*81 



661 

*,570 

398 

52 

67* 

339 

957 

I ,196 

I ,758 

1 ,507 

807 

5,78* 



9*- 
1**- 
*2 
3- 

11- 

l 

1*- 

223- 



19- 
*02 

11 

37- 
179- 

51- 

5*- 

18 

37 

52 

259- 



7*, 562 
90,17* 
36,661 
28,929 
27,350 
*7,506 
3*. 752 
339,93* 



13,776 

138,176 

13,399 

2,575 

16,737 

8,660 

29,638 

33,686 

62,639 

*1,6*1 

26,777 

159,112 



71,*67 
86, 160 
3*, 072 
27,001 
29,083 
**, 150 
36,965 
328,898 



1- 


1,102 


1,092 


*1*- 


291,09* 


285, 559 


231- 


36,615 


*0,322 


6*3- 


250,373 


2**, 22* 


111- 


*3,009 


*2, 125 


21 


39,883 


36,396 


*3 


56,839 


53,326 


693- 


*68,5*2 


*58,820 


27- 


8,171 


8,072 


62* 


526,360 


502,961 


16- 


81,652 


77,870 


399 


138,778 


123,26* 


10 


62,279 


62,289 


36- 


19,530 


20,23* 


69- 


171,632 


168, *65 



13, 157 
120,293 
13,707 
*,*32 
20,925 
10,*18 
31,179 
33,693 
63, 81* 
37,787 

165,298 



*.3 
*.6 
7.6 
7.1 

6.0- 
7.6 
6.0- 
3.* 



3.83 
3.8* 
3.9* 
3.82 
3.83 
3. 88 
3.61 
3.8* 



3.82 
3.82 
3.82 
3.80 
3.88 
3.9* 
*.00 
3.86 



1,305 
1,801 
772 
1,300 
7,726 
17,793 
6,657 
1,805 



1,192 

1,58* 
737 
1,208 
7,515 
16,72* 
6,55* 
1,696 



.9 


3.76 


3.73 




9*2 




910 


1.9 


3.78 


3.70 


1 


,078 


I 


,011 


9.2- 


3.88 


3.85 




976 




907 


2.5 


3.83 


3.81 




835 




765 


2.1 


3.90 


3.89 




952 




85a 


9.6 


3.88 


3.86 




969 




898 


6.6 


3.81 


3.81 




708 




675 


2.1 


3.81 


3.76 




985 




92* 


1.2 


3.76 


3.80 




7*8 




686 


*.6 


3.31 


3.79 


1 


,0*0 


1 


,026 


*.8 


3.65 


3.9* 




902 




855 


12.6 


3.90 


3.88 




920 




838 





3.82 


3.78 




870 




87* 


3.5- 


3.98 


3.8* 




913 




900 


1.9 


3.9* 


3.62 




883 




857 


*.7 


3.85 


3.89 




695 




6*5 


1*.9 


3.e6 


3.83 


1 


,008 




962 


2.2- 


3.70 


3.72 


1 


,122 


1 


,181 


*1.9- 


3.72 


3.79 


1 


,650 


1 


,660 


20.0- 


3.82 


3.81 


1 


,097 


1 


,056 


16.9- 


3.81 


3.83 




922 




978 


8.1- 


3.81 


3=. 90 




998 


1 


,02o 





3.90 


3.8* 




993 


1 


,023 


1.8- 


3.81 


3.76 


1 


,188 


1 


,230 


10.2 


3.66 


3.70 




921 




866 





3.76 





1 


,106 







3.7- 


3.78 


3.79 




917 




912 












CONTINUED 



10 



TABLE4. 



.NUMBER OF PRODUCERS DELIVERING MILK TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS, TOTAL DELIVERIES, AND 
_ AVERA GE DAILY DELIVERIES PER PRDOUCER. NOVFMBrR -COM. 



MARKETING AREA 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL < 
SOUTHERN GROUP 
ST LOUIS - OZARKS 
KANSAS CITY 
NEOSH3 VALLEY 
WICHITA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

EAST S3UTH CENTRAL 
PADUCAH 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHIS 
KNOXV1LLE 
CHATTANOOGA 
MISSISSIPPI 
GEORGIA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



NUM9ER OF PRODUCERS 



NOV 
1969 



CHANGE 

FROM 

NOV 

1968 

NUMBER" 



3, 5*6 

2,165 

317 

780 
6,808 



359 
I ,152 

744 

518 

755 

1 ,001 

1,541 

4,529 



307 
76- 
23- 

101- 

107 



23 

5- 
17 

186- 
34 
4- 

121- 



PROOUCER DELIVERIES 



NOV 
1969 



NOV 
1968 



1,000 LBS. 



CHANGE 

FROM 

NOV 

1968 



110,623 

82,487 

7,613 

29,453 

230,176 



9,747 
40,024 
26,433 
16,913 
30,466 
35,621 
96,511 
159,204 



99,695 

87,068 

9,026 

31, 162 

226,951 



9,985 
37,195 
26,755 
22,579 
26,563 
35,774 

158,851 



PERCENT 



AVERAGE BUTTERFAT 

PERCENTAGE rtF 

MILK DELIVERIES 



NOV 
1969 



NOV 
1968 



PERCENT 



AVERAGE OAILY 

DELIVERIES 
PER PRODUCER 



NOV 
1969 



NOV 
196b 



POUNDS 



11.0 


3.85 


3.87 


1,040 


1,026 


5.3- 


3.77 


3.78 


1,270 


1,295 


15.6- 


3.73 


3.76 


1,113 


1,136 


5.5- 


3.32 


3.81 


1,292 


1,237 


1.4 


3.81 


3.82 


1,127 


1,129 


2.4- 


4.15 


4.11 


905 


991 


7.6 


3.86 


3.92 


1,158 


1,072 


1.2- 


3.87 


3.78 


1,562 


1,497 


25.1- 


3.85 


3.86 


1,088 


1,069 


14.7 


4.04 


4.01 


1,345 


1,226 


.4- 


4.10 


4.13 


1,186 


1,185 





3.66 





2,088 





.2 


3.97 


3.96 


1,172 


1,139 



WEST S3UTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
FORT SMITH 

OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 
RED RIVER VALLEY 
TEXAS PANHANDLE 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

SOUTHERN GROUP 
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 
AUSTIN - WACO 
SAN ANTONIO 
CORPUS CHRISTI 
SOUTH TEXAS 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

MOUNTAIN 
EASTERN COLORADO 
GREAT BASIN 
WESTERN COLORADO 
CENTRAL ARIZONA 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

PACIFIC 
PUGET SOUNO 
INLAND EMPIRE 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



739 
141 

1 ,466 
381 
262 
215 

3,204 



283 

1,248 

2,148 

242 

259 

395 

169 

1 ,245 

2,597 



1 ,400 

919 

72 

178 

360 

2,929 



1,836 

434 

2,270 



20- 
28- 
138- 
51 
27- 
77 
85- 



41- 
33- 

162 
40- 
28- 

6 

16- 

365- 

152- 



68 
6 
1- 
4- 

26- 

43 



42- 
11- 

53- 



20,186 

3,670 

51,563 

17,611 

9,444 

6,352 

108,826 



17,151 
43,277 

102,301 
13,461 
11,592 
24,676 
12,313 
55,537 

122,470 



5^,865 
34,188 
2,696 
42,987 
29,140 
163,876 



99,210 

15,827 
115,037 



22,640 

3,639 

56,399 

14,457 

11,710 

6, 181 

115,026 



16,793 
42,016 
86. 199 
14,531 
11,776 
23,712 
12,578 
52,859 
121,406 



55,679 
34,204 
2,810 
43,004 
28,891 
164,588 



96,743 

16,445 

Ii3,l88 



10.6- 


3.77 


3.80 


1,383 


1,207 


.8 


3.89 


3.91 


1,383 


1,285 


8.6- 


3.74 


3.74 


1,172 


1,172 


21.8 


3.69 


3.69 


1,541 


1,460 


19.4- 


3.71 


3.69 


1,251 


1,351 


2.8 


3.78 


3.74 


2,116 


1,493 


5.4- 


3.74 


3.74 


1,132 


1,166 


2.1 


4.03 


4.11 


2,020 


1,728 


3.0 


4.00 


4.06 


1,156 


1,093 


18.7 


3.80 


3.79 


1,588 


1,447 


7.4- 


3.77 


3.75 


1,854 


1,718 


1.6- 


3.71 


3.70 


2,036 


1,792 


4.1 


3.64 


3.69 


2,077 


2,027 


2.1- 


4.14 


4.15 


2,509 


2,301 


5.1 


3.85 


3.90 


1,518 


1,302 


.9 


3.89 


3.93 


1,572 


1,472 


1.5- 


3.83 


3.75 


1,306 


1,393 





3.85 


3.78 


1,240 


1,249 


4.0- 


3.95 


3.89 


1,248 


1,293 





3.75 


3.70 


8,050 


7,524 


.9 


3.73 


3.68 


4,370 


4,410 


.4- 


3.80 


3.73 


1,865 


1,901 


2.6 


3.91 


3.96 


1,801 


1,717 


3.8- 


3.98 


4.00 


1,216 


1,232 


1.6 


3.92 


3.96 


1,689 


1,624 



58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 1/ 100,066 



3,169- 3,361,542 3,296,596 



2.0 



3.80 



3.79 



1,120 



1,064 



ALL-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 144,029 



205- 4,758,994 4,490,210 



6.0 



3.81 



3.80 



1,101 



1,038 



1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expaalona. Excludes Eastern Ohio- 
Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-9t. Paul, Southeastern Minnesota-Northern Iowa, 
Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 

2/ 7*8 producers and 20,513 thousand pounds included in the Chicago pool in toves*«=r 1968 have been excluded and are included in 
1968 Indiana totals. These quantities are associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under 
the Indiana order. 



11 



TABLE 5. — PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I ANO GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL 

OROERS, NOVEMBER 





PRODUCER DELIVERIES USED 


IN CLASS I 






GROSS CLASS I * 


DELIVERIES 


MARKETING AREA 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 


CHANGE 

FROM 

NO\/ 

1968 


{ USED 
IN CL. I 


NOV 
1969 


CHANGE 

FROM 

NOV 

1968 


AS * OF 

GR. CL. I 




N3V 
1969 


NOV 
1968 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 




1,000 


>OUNDS 


PERCENT 


PERCENT 


1,000 LBS P 


PERCENT 



NEW ENGLAND 
MASSAC HUSETTS-R I -NH 
CONNECTICUT 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

MIDOLc ATLANTIC 
NEW Y3RK-NEW JERSEY 
DELAWARE VALLEY 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
TRI-STATE 
APPALACHIAN 
TAMPA BAY 

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 
UPPER FLORIDA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



176,920 


179,556 


1.5 


71,087 


77,599 


8.4 


248,037 


257,155 


3.6 


459,694 


470,743 


2.3 


132,432 


132,555 


.1 


592,126 


603,303 


1.3 


52,203 


53,462 


2.4 


62,546 


65,726 


4.S 


31,014 


33,399 


2.0 


26,061 


25,837 


.9 


24,446 


25,975 


5.9 


42,520 


40,092 


6.3 


32t267 


34,977 


7.7 


271,057 


276,468 


2.0 



65 


70 


180,718 


78 


86 


74, 122 


68 


74 


___ 


60 


63 


459,723 


&e 


75 


141, 756 


62 


65 


--- 


70 


75 


52,223 


69 


76 


63, 163 


84 


39 


31,366 


90 


96 


26,478 


89 


39 


25, 137 


90 


91 


44,900 


93 


95 


35,618 


80 


34 






1.9- 
7.2- 



151 
123 



140 
113 



2.3- 


166 


159 


3..3- 


138 


121 


2.7- 


143 


133 


4.2- 


143 


131 


1.0 


117 


110 


2.4 


109 


104 


7.0- 


109 


108 


7.2 


106 


105 


9.5- 


98 


94 



EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
EASTERN GROUP 
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 
EASTERN OHIO-WESTEPN PA. 
COLUMBUS 
MIAMI VALLEY 
CINCINNATI 
AVERAGE OR TUTAL 1/ 

WESTERN GROUP 
MICHIGAN UPPtR PENINSULA 
CHICAGO REGIONAL 2/ 
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE 
INDIANA 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 
CENTRuL ILLINOIS 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



934 

196,794 

26,983 

189,844 

35,499 

23,568 

44,737 

333,485 



6,755 

297,691 

65,391 

103,901 

43,859 

12,604 

128,609 



918 

203,709 

32,979 

199,903 

37,449 

31,211 

44,241 

353,507 



6,716 
323,048 
66,549 
99,635 
43,033 
13,672 
134,970 



,1.5- 
3,4- 

18.2- 
5.0- 
5.2- 
8.5- 
1.1 
4.8- 



.6 
7.8- 
1.7- 
4.0 
8.7- 
7.3- 
4.7- 



82 


84 


2,992 


6.9- 


37 


34 


68 


71 


198,891 


4. 1- 


146 


133 


74 


82 


27,161 


19.2- 


135 


120 


76 


82 


192,080 


5.0- 


130 


121 


32 


89 


35,951 


6.8- 


120 


109 


72 


36 


30,829 


9.8- 


129 


106 


79 


83 


53, 059 


3.1 


107 


104 


71 


76 


___ 


--- 








83 


83 


6,756 


3.7- 


121 


115 


56 


64 


298,863 


8.4- 


176 


154 


BO 


85 


66,026 


1.2- 


124 


116 


75 


31 


108,387 


2.8- 


128 


110 


70 


77 


47,704 


10.0- 


130 


118 


64 


68 


15,573 


3.7- 


125 


125 


75 


30 















WEST N'JRTH CENTRAL 
NORTHP/RN GROUP 
DULUTH - SUPERIOR 
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 
BLACK HILLS 
NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 
CEDAR RAPIDS - IOWA CITY 
QUAD CITIES - DUBUQUE 
OES MOINES 

NEBRASKA - WESTERN IOWA 
MINNESOTA - NORTH DAKOTA 
S.E. MINN. -NORTHERN IOWA 
AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 



7,652 


7,713 


.3- 


56 


59 


7,642 


2.4- 


176 


164 


77,864 


68,871 


13.0 


56 


57 


78,775 


14.4 


175 


175 


9,078 


9,942 


8.7- 


58 


72 


9,082 


10.0- 


148 


136 


1,629 


1,406 


15.9 


63 


32 


1,630 


15.8 


156 


315 


14,138 


18,787 


24.7- 


84 


90 


14,487 


23.5- 


116 


110 


6,758 


5,435 


5.2 


78 


62 


6,779 


2.8 


128 


158 


20,444 


22,536 


9.3- 


71 


72 


20,526 


9.5- 


140 


133 


24,680 


25,997 


5.1- 


73 


77 


26,418 


3.5- 


128 


123 


45,587 


48,379 


5.8- 


73 


76 


46,504 


4.2- 


135 


131 


16,278 


17,080 


4.7- 


39 


45 


17,705 


4.6- 


235 


204 


17,031 








54 





19,299 





139 





100,667 


109,696 


8.4- 


53 


66 




























CONTINUED 



12 



TABLE 5. -^PRODUCER MILK DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I AND GROSS CLASS I SALES BY HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL 









ORDERS, NOV 


EMBER -CON. 










— 


PRODUCER DELIVERIE 


IN CLASS I 


< USED 


GROSS cla: 


DELIVI 
AS X 


ERIES 








CHANGE 




CHANGE 


OF 


MARKETING AREA 


NOV 
1969 


NOV 
1968 


FROM 
NOV 


H CL 


. I 


NDV 
1969 


FROM 
NOV 


GR. CL. I 




NDV 


NOV 


NOV 


NOV 








1968 


1969 


1968 




1968 


1969 


1968 


"• 


1,003 POUNDS 


PERCENT 


PERCENT 


1,000 LBS 


PERCENT 


PERCENT 


WEST NORTH CENTRAL -CON. 




















SOUTHERN GROUP 




















ST LOUIS - OZARKS 


85.108 


7B.273 


8.7 


77 


78 


88,660 


8.3 


125 


122 


KANSAS CITY 


5*. 998 


59,395 


7.4- 


57 


68 


5o, 130 


6.6- 


147 


145 


NEOSHO VALLEY 


5.610 


5,969 


6.0- 


74 


66 


6,709 


5.4- 


113 


127 


WICHITA 


22,937 


26,447 


13.3- 


78 


85 


23,998 


12.4- 


123 


114 


AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


168,653 1 


170,084 


.3- 


73 


75 








— -- 


--— 


EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 




















PADUCAH 


8,346 


9,365 


11.1- 


86 


94 


8,633 


10.3- 


112 


103 


NASHVILLE 


31,368 


33,630 


7.3- 


78 


91 


32,637 


3.8- 


123 


110 


MEMPHIS 


23,143 


24,680 


6.2- 


88 


92 


24, 117 


6.8- 


110 


103 


KNOXVILLE 


12,759 


13,202 


29.9- 


75 


81 


13,051 


30.4- 


130 


120 


CHATTANOOGA 


23,194 


21,812 


6.3 


76 


82 


23,991 


12.2- 


127 


97 


MISSISSIPPI 


28,264 


26,239 


.1 


79 


79 


28, 389 


3.2- 


125 


122 


GEORGIA 


B2.522 








86 





95, 165 





101 





AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


127,074 


L36, 148 


6.7- 


80 


86 














WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 




















NORTHERN GROUP 




















CENTRAL ARKANSAS 


17.7B7 


21,706 


18.0- 


88 


96 


20,433 


9.3- 


99 


100 


FORT SMITH 


3,277 


3,379 


3.0- 


89 


93 


3,280 


2.9- 


112 


108 


OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 


41,338 


43,147 


4.2- 


60 


76 


42,345 


5.4- 


122 


126 


RED RIVER VALLEY 


11.165 


10,122 


10.5 


64 


70 


12, 166 


11.4 


145 


132 


TEXAS PANHANDLE 


7,256 


9,194 


21.1- 


77 


78 


7,396 


19.6- 


128 


127 


LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 


5,484 


5,473 


.2 


66 


38 


5,816 


3.9- 


109 


102 


AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


86,327 


93,021 


7.2- 


79 


31 














SOUTHERN GROUP 




















NORTHERN LOUISIANA 


14,912 


15,136 


1.5- 


87 


90 


15,854 


3.1- 


108 


103 


NEW ORLEANS 


29,696 


30,174 


1.6- 


59 


72 


30,041 


1.4- 


144 


138 


NORTH TEXAS 


81,407 


73,161 


11.3 


80 


85 


81,933 


5.6 


125 


111 


CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 


12,353 


13,032 


5.2- 


92 


90 


12,386 


5.1- 


109 


111 


AUSTIN - WACO 


10,506 


13,636 


3.3- 


91 


92 


10,931 


.8 


106 


108 


SAN ANTONIO 


19,293 


18,075 


6.7 


78 


76 


26,053 


1.4 


95 


92 


CORPUS CHRISTI 


11,246 


11,910 


5.S- 


91 


95 


12,523 


1.0 


98 


101 


SOUTH TEXAS 


46,700 


49,427 


5.5- 


84 


94 


54,479 


5.2- 


102 


92 


AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


98,036 


99,163 


1.2- 


80 


82 














MOUNTAIN 




















EASTERN COLORADO 


41,975 


42,946 


2.3- 


76 


77 


44,907 


.6- 


122 


123 


GREAT BASIN 


23,161 


23,289 


.5- 


68 


68 


23, 168 


.7- 


148 


147 


WESTERN COLORADO 


2,126 


2,034 


4.5 


79 


72 


2, 192 


4.7 


123 


134 


CENTRAL ARIZONA 


34,633 


34,980 


1.3- 


80 


81 


34,742 


.8- 


124 


123 


RIO GRANDE VALLEY 


22,240 


22,243 





76 


77 


22,870 


2.4- 


127 


123 


AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


124,135 


125,492 


1.1- 


76 


76 














PACIFIC 




















PUGET SOUND 


57,068 


54,683 


4.4 


58 


56 


57,308 


4.6 


173 


177 


INLANO EMPIRE 


11,336 


11,466 


.7- 


72 


70 


11,425 


.8- 


138 


143 


AVERAGE OR TOTAL 1/ 


68,454 


66,149 


3.5 


60 


58 














58-MARKET AVG. OR TOTAL 


1/ 2,346,600 2, 


♦22,356 


3.1- 


70 


73 3/2, 


426, 821 


3.5- 


1M 


131 


ALL-MARKET AVG. OP. TOTAL 


3,289,147 3, 


285,030 


.1 


69 


73 3/3,402, 3 06 


.1- 


140 


132 



* Preliminary. 

1/ Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Exclude* 
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska -Western Iowa, Mlnneapolis-St . Paul, Southeastern 
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 

2/ 16,358 thousand pounds included in the Chicago pool in November 1968 have been excluded and are included in 1968 Indiana 
totals. These quantities are associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under the 
Indiana order. < 

3/ May Include some duplication due te lntermarket transfer. 



13 



TABLE 6. — PRODUCER 


MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNOER FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I 

JANUARY - NOVEMBER 1/ 






F PRODUCER DELIVERIES 


PRODUCER DELIVERIES 
USED IN CLASS I 


X USED 
IN CL. I 


MARKETING AREA 


1969 


1 

1968 


CHANGE 
1969 
OVER 
1968 


1969 


1966 


CHANGE 
1969 
OVER 
1968 


1969 


1968 






1,000 POUNDS 


PERCENT 


1,000 


>OUNDS 


PERCENT 


per:ei 



NEW ENGLAND 
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 
CONNECTICUT 
TOTAL 2/ 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 
DELAWARE VALLEY 
TOTAL 2/ 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 
UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
TRI-STATE 
APPALACHIAN 
TAMPA BAY 

SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 
UPPER FLORIDA 
TOTAL 2/ 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
EASTERN GROUP 
UPSTATE MICHIGAN 
SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 
NORTHWESTERN OHIO 
EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 
COLUMBUS 
MIAMI VALLEY 
CINCINNATI 
TOTAL 2/ 

WESTERN GROUP 
MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 
CHICAGO REGIONAL 4/ 
LSVILLE-LXGTON-EVNSVILLE 
INDIANA 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 
CENTRAL ILLINOIS 
TOTAL 2/ 



3,284,171 3,176,2*2 
1,364,59', 1,046,250 
4,348,765 4,222,492 



9,503,778 

2,185,482 

11,689,263 



332,122 
1,324,727 
417,493 
318,184 
319,903 
530,272 
414,153 
3,856,854 



9,2»3,728 

2,093,891 

11,374,619 



791,101 
983,634 
385,618 
307,597 
322,746 
523,355 
416,777 
3,731,228 



3.7 


1,960,260 


1,972,362 


0.3 


2.1 


610,784 


324,359 


1.4- 


3.3 


2,771,044 


2,797,221 


.6 


2.7 


5, 101,801 


3/4,912,252 


4.2 


4.3 


1,471,334 


1,485,090 


.6 


3.1 


6,573,135 


6,397,342 


3.0 


5.5 


552,488 


548,888 


1.0 


4.4 


681,444 


732,770 


6.7 


8.5 


331,183 


294,498 


12.8 


3.7 


290,627 


281,336 


3.6 


.5- 


262,183 


252, 180 


4.3 


1.6 


474,696 


453,663 


5.0 


.3- 


357,037 


371,037 


.8 


3.7 


2,959,658 


2,934,372 


1.2 



13,483 


14,233 


5.0- 


10,616 


11,098 


4.1- 


3,316,694 


3,229,516 


3.0 


2,181,384 


2, 187,096 





463,455 


488,966 


4.9- 


313,160 


345,212 


9.0- 


3,389,723 


2,509,760 


23.4 


2, 103,112 


1,716,932 


22.8 


514,237 


512,044 


.7 


396,801 


394,292 


1.0 


455,384 


420,480 


8.6 


326,612 


332,368 


1.4 


562,465 


645,824 


2.9 


481,218 


478,372 


.9 


5,425,718 


5,311,063 


2.4 


3,709,791 


3,748,438 


.7 


100,241 


102,576 


2.0- 


71,848 


74,660 


3.5 


6,531,889 


5,411,190 


21.0 


3,295,779 


2,876,843 


14.9 


945,872 


915,624 


3.5 


695,485 


678,934 


2.8 


1,517,895 


1,473,076 


3.4 


1,119,960 


1,131,334 


.7 


787,583 


709,363 


11.4 


531,360 


497,693 


1.1 


239,258 


245,536 


2.2- 


139,177 


146, 319 


4.6 


2,372,954 


1,974,099 


5.3 


1,437,870 


1,397,606 


1.0 



60 


62 


76 


79 


64 


66 


54 


53 


67 


71 


56 


56 


66 


69 


66 


74 


79 


76 


91 


91 


82 


78 


90 


87 


89 


89 


77 


79 



79 


78 


66 


68 


68 


71 


68 


68 


77 


77 


72 


79 


73 


74 


68 


70 


72 


73 


50 


53 


74 


74 


74 


77 


64 


70 


58 


60 


68 


71 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 

DULUTH - SUPERIOR 164,910 163,720 2.9 

MINNEAPOLIS- ST. PAUL 1,501,797 1,498,092 7.2 

EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 151,177 163,014 7.0- 

BLACK HILLS 49,314 54,396 9.1- 

NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 235,474 282,667 16.4- 

CEDAR RAPIDS - IOWA CITY 114,929 119,474 3.5- 

OUAD CITIES - DUBUQUE 369,515 359,004 3.2 

DES MOINES 397,990 377,361 5.3 

NEBRASKA - WESTERN IOWA 703,291 704,921 0. 

MINNESOTA - NORTH DAKOTA 488,898 45B.771 6.9 

S.E. MINN. -NORTHERN IOWA 194,438 

TOTAL 2/ 1,972,207 1,975,407 .1 



85,266 


79,758 


7.2 


740,553 


689,226 


7.6 


132,064 


105,646 


3.1 


17,363 


23,650 


26.3 


179,373 


215,172 


16.3 


72,901 


65,868 


11.0 


210,493 


231,463 


3.8 


264,836 


259,311 


2.2 


498,140 


464, 891 


7.4 


188,815 


183,123 


3.4 


107,983 








1, 121,111 


1,164,491 


3.4 



52 


50 


46 


46 


68 


65 


35 


43 


76 


76 


63 


55 


57 


64 


66 


69 


71 


66 


39 


40 


56 





57 


59 


CONTINUED 



14 



TABLE 6." PROOUCER 


MILK DELIVERIES TO HANDLERS REGULATED UNDER FEDERAL ORDERS AND DELIVERIES USED IN CLASS I 

JANUARY - NOVEMBER 1/ -COS. 






PRODUCER DELIVERIES 


PRODUCER DELIVERIES 
USED IN CLASS I 


X USED 
IN CL. I 


MARKETING AREA 


1969 


196B 


CHANGE 
1969 
OVER 
1968 


1969 


1968 


CHANGE 
1969 
OVER 
1968 


1969 


1968 






1,000 POUI 


PERCENT 


1,000 POU'' 


'FRCENT 


PERCc' 



WEST NORTH CENTRAL 
SOUTHERN GROUP 
ST LOUIS - OZARKS 
KANSAS CITY 
NEOSHO VALLEY 
WICHITA 
TOTAL 2/ 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
PADUCAH 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHIS 
KNOXVILLE 
CHATTANOOGA 
MISSISSIPPI 
GEORGIA 
TOTAL 2/ 



-CON. 



l,c'68,932 


1,198,890 


6.1 


879,965 


784,553 


12.5 


"13,366 


914,436 


.2 


633,370 


617,270 


1.9- 


100,290 


103,507 


2.8- 


59,763 


58, 154 


3. 1 


367,625 


375,915 


2.2- 


253,411 


264,022 


3.7- 


2,650,213 


2,593,748 


2.5 


1,796,509 


1,723,999 


4.5 


110,369 


119,719 


7.5- 


91,133 


102,833 


11. 1- 


440,041 


417,785 


5.6 


343,950 


329, 160 


4.8 


288,876 


282,296 


2.6 


254,766 


252,369 


1.2 


246,816 


270,929 


8.6- 


173,569 


205,351 


15.2- 


278,775 


218,101 


28.2 


234,806 


172,037 


19.4 


429,079 


419,892 


2.5 


307,068 


293,436 


5.0 


706,855 








633,780 








1,793,955 


1,729,722 


4.1 


1,375,312 


1,355, 186 


1.8 



69 


65 


66 


68 


60 


56 


69 


70 


68 


£.6 


82 


66 


78 


79 


88 


89 


70 


76 


73 


79 


72 


70 


90 





77 


78 



WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 
NORTHERN GROUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
FORT SMITH 

OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 
RED RIVER VALLEY 
TEXAS PANHANOLE 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 
TOTAL 2/ 

SOUTHERN GROUP 
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 
AUSTIN - WACO 
SAN ANTONIO 
CORPUS CHRISTI 
SOUTH TEXAS 
TOTAL 2/ 

MOUNTAIN 
EASTERN COLORADO 
GREAT BASIN 
WESTERN COLORADO 
CENTRAL ARIZONA 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 
TOTAL 2/ 

PACIFIC 
PUGET SOUND 
INLAND EMPIRE 
TOTAL 2/ 



266,074 

41,185 

538,692 

196,995 

109,960 

72,297 

1,325,203 



193,774 
485,778 

1,169,151 
161,131 
137,299 
290,947 
145,945 
581 ,309 

1,414,875 



551,244 
411, B14 
35,111 
496,303 
312,468 
1 ,906,943 



1,170,857 

185,995 

1 ,356,862 



240,685 

38,524 

715,057 

194,444 

133,964 

75,695 

1 ,393,369 



189,285 
455,815 

1,070,540 
176,155 
125,521 
297,096 
155,720 
105,880 

1,400,592 



636,029 
394,261 
37,668 
462,965 
334,963 
1 ,365,686 



1,152,301 

183,712 

1,335,013 



10.8 
7.2 

10.4- 
1.6 

17.7- 
4.2- 
4.9- 



2.7 

6.9 

9.5 

8.3- 

9.7 

1.9- 

6.6- 

1.3 



2.7 

4.9 

6.5- 

7.5 

6.4- 

2.5 



1.9 
1.5 
1.3 



223,524 


222,585 


.7 


36,127 


34, 113 


6.2 


448,313 


418,600 


7.4 


112,560 


112,625 


.2 


83,115 


95,340 


12.6 


62, 150 


59,695 


4. 1 


965,789 


943, 158 


2.7 


167,809 


163,737 


2.8 


314,068 


314,286 


.2 


862,461 


708,5^3 


22.1 


137,477 


140,016 


1.5 


124,099 


114,461 


8.7 


200,783 


199,432 


1.0 


127,237 


134,^59 


5.1 


511,851 


100,564 


--_ 


1,071,473 


1,066,493 


.8 


461,504 


457, 341 


1.2 


250,912 


242, 5?9 


3.7 


22,709 


25,970 


12.2 


385,331 


37:,443 


3.0 


235,016 


235, 195 


.2 


I, 355,472 


1,336,528 


1.7 


610,279 


585,202 


4 U 6 


121,999 


120,444 


L.5 


732,178 


705,646 


4.1 



64 


92 


88 


89 


70 


58 


57 


58 


76 


71 


86 


79 


73 


67 


87 


85 


65 


69 


74 


66 


85 


79 


90 


91 


69 


67 


87 


86 


83 


- — 


76 


76 


71 


72 


61 


62 


65 


69 


78 


61 


75 


70 


71 


72 


52 


51 


66 


66 


54 


53 



58-MARKET TOTAL 2/ 


39,913,807 


38,912,233 


2.6 


25,839,342 


25,570,480 


1.4 


65 


66 


ALL" MARKET TOTAL 


55,910,156 


51,686,697 


8.5 


35,712,961 


33,258,828 


%7 


64 


64 



1/ Volumes Include 29-day totals for February 1968. The percentage changes are based on adjusted 28-day totals for 
February 1968 to make them comparable to 1969. 

II Markets under regulation on January 1, 1968, and which have had no significant marketing area expansions. Excludes 
Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Chicago Regional, Indiana, Nebraska-Western Iowa, Minneapolis-St . Paul, Southeastern 
Minnesota-Northern Iowa, Georgia, North Texas, and South Texas. 

3/ Class I plus Class II ■ 5,115,882 thousand pounds and utilization > 55% in 1968. 

4/ Producer deliveries (20,513 thousand pounds) and producer deliveries used in Class I (16,358 thousand pounds) Included 
in~the Chicago pool in November 1968 have been excluded and are Included in November 1968 Indiana total. These quantities are 
associated with handlers formerly regulated under Chicago which are now regulated under the Indiana order. 



15 



Table 7. --Federal milk order Class I price formula information, November 1969 



Marketing area 


Basic 
price 

u 


Fluid 
diff. 


Supply -demand 


Other 
2/ 


Class I 


Computed ^Effective 


price 


Massachusetts-R. I. -N.H. 
Connecticut 


3/7.31 
3/7.31 


Dollars per 100 pounds 

+0.25 
+ .25 


7.56 
7.56 



New York-New Jersey 
Delaware Valley 

Upper Chesapeake Bay 
Washington, D.C. 
Tri-State 
Appalachian 
f Tampa Bay 
Southeastern Florida 
Upper Florida 

Upstate Michigan 
Southern Michigan 
Northwestern Ohio 
Eastern Ohio-Western Pa. 
Columbus 
Miami Valley 
Cincinnati 

Mich. Upper Peninsula 

Chicago Regional 

Louisville-Lex. -Evans . 

Indiana 

Southern Illinois 

Central Illinois 

Duluth -Superior 
Minneapolis-St . Paul 
Eastern South Dakota 
Black Hills 
North Central Iowa 
Cedar Rapids-Iowa City 
Quad Cities-Dubuque 
Des Moines 

Nebraska-Western Iowa 
Minnesota-North Dakota 
S.E. Minn. -Northern Iowa 



3/6.97 
3/7.17 



+ .25 
+ .25 



Uses the Delaware Valley Class I price less 10c 
Uses the Delaware Valley Class I price less 10c 



4.58 


1.75 










4.58 


2.13 










4.58 


2.90 










4.58 


3.10 










4.58 


2.80 










4.58 


1.49 







___ 


4.58 


1.60 










4.58 


1.70 










4.58 


1.87 










4.58 


1.45 


-C 


).10 


-0.10 


4.58 


1.44 


+ 


.27 


+ .27 


4.58 


1.50 


+ 


.27 


+ .27 


4.58 


1.35 







___ 


4.58 


1.20 










4.58 


1.49 










4.58 


1.47 










Uses the St. 


Louis 


-Ozarks Class 


I price less 


4.58 


1.39 










4.58 


1.10 










4.58 


1.06 










4.58 


1.50 










4.58 


1.95 










4.58 


1.25 










4.58 


1.30 










4.58 


1.30 










4.58 


1.45 










4.58 


1.60 










4.58 


1.30 










4.58 


1.06 











7 cents 



7.22 
7.42 

7.32 

7.32 

6.33 

6.71 

7.48} 

7.68 

7.38 ' 

6.07 
6.18 
6.28 
6.45 
5.93 
6.29 
6.35 

5.93 
5.78 
6.07 
6.05 
6.11 
5.97 

5.68 
5.64 
6.08 
6.53 
5.83 
5.88 
5.88 
6.03 
6.18 
5.88 
5.64 



Continued 



16 



Table 7. --Federal milk order Class I price formula information, November 1969 -Con. 



Marketing area 


Basic 
price 

' 1/ 


Fluid 
diff. 


Supply-demand 


Other 
2/ 


Class I 


Computed 'Effective 


price 






Dollars per 100 pounds 




St. Louis-Ozarks 


4.58 


1.60 








6.18 


Kansas City 


4.58 


1.74 








6.32 


Neosho Valley 


4.58 


1.54 





+0.11 


6.23 


Wichita 


4.58 


1.80 








6.38 



Paducah 

Nashville 

Memphis 

Knoxville 

Chattanooga 

Mississippi 

Georgia 

Central Arkansas 

Fort Smith 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Valley 

Texas Panhandle 

Lubbock-Plainview 

Northern Louisiana 
New Orleans 
North Texas 
Central West Texas 
Austin-Waco 
San Antonio 
Corpus Christi 
South Texas 



Uses the St. Louis-Ozarks Class I price plus 25 cents 6.43 



4.58 


1.58 


+0.02 


+0.02 


4.58 


1.94 


NA 


* 


4.58 


1.70 


- .48 


- .48 


4.58 


1.95 


- .06 


- .06 


4.58 


2.47 








4.58 


2.30 








4.58 


1.94 


NA 


* 


4.58 


1.95 


NA 


* 



4.58 1.98 
Uses the Okla, Metrop. Class I price plus 22 cents 

4.58 2.25 
Uses the North Texas Class I price plus 10 cents 

4.58 2.47 

4.58 2.85 

4.58 2.32 
Uses the North Texas Class I price plus 25 cents 
Uses the North Texas Class I price plus 38 cents 
Uses the North Texas Class I price plus 42 cents 
Uses the North Texas Class I price plus 75 cents 

4.58 2.68 



18 
52 
80 
47 
05 
88 



6.52 
6.53 
6.56 
6.78 
6.83 
7.00 

7.05 
7.43 
6.90 
7.15 
7.28 
7.32 
7.65 
7.26 



Eastern Colorado 
Great Basin 
Western Colorado 
Central Arizona 
Rio Grande Valley 

Puget Sound 
Inland Empire 



4.58 2.30 - .12 - .12 
4.58 2.25 
Uses the Eastern Colorado Class I price less 5 cents 
4.58 2.50 NA * 
4.58 2.35 



4.58 
4.58 



1.85 
2.10 



14 



.14 



6.76 
6.83 
6.71 
7.08 
6.93 

6.43 
6.54 



* Suspended. 
1/ All markers based on Minnesota-Wisconsin price except where indicated. 
2_/ Other adjustments due to relation to other markets or amount by which Minnesota- 
Wisconsin price at 3.5% butterfat exceeds $4.33. 
3/ As specified in order. 



17 



TABLE «. -WHOLE HILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREA>t, 
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS F OR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS 


AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS 
AVAILABLE, OCTOBER 1969 WITH COMPARISONS 




WHOLE MILK \l 


SKIM MILK ITEMS 2/ 


MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES 


MARKETING AREA 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 196B 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 196S 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 


DAILY 

AVG 


BUTTER- 
FAT 
CONTENT 


OCT. 


YEAR 

TO 
DATE« 


DAILY 
AVG 


BUTTER- 
FAT 

CONTENT 


OCT. 


YEAR 

TO 
DATE* 


DAILY 
AVG 


BUTTER- 
FAT 

CONTENT 


I YEAR 
OCT. TO 

OATE* 





1,000 










1,000 








1,000 














LB. 




PERCENT 




LB, 




PERCENT 




LB.t 




PERCENT 






NEW ENGLAND 
































MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 


5,470 


3.54 


- 


3.7 - 


3.2 


631.5 


1.12 


27.8 


23.9 


22.4 


11.5 




2.5 




1.2 


CONNECTICUT 


2,274 


3.43 


- 


3.1 - 


3.6 


288.1 


1.26 


31.1 


31.4 


24.9 


10.7 




2.0 


- 


3.7 


MIDDLE ATLANTIC 
































DELAWARE VALLEY 


3,276 


3.40 


- 


3.4 - 


5.9 


376.9 


1.14 


16.8 


15.1 


31.5 


11.1 


- 


3.8 


- 


8.7 


SOUTH ATLANTIC 
































UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 


1,354 


3.55 


- 


.6 


.2 


132.7 


1.06 


1.2 


7.1 


15.0 


11.7 


- 


4.6 


- 


7.8 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 


1,798 


3.57 


- 


1.0 - 


2.6 


268.9 


1.32 


10.8 


15.9 


32.0 


12.1 


- 


5.4 


- 


7.4 


TRI-STAT£ 


987 


3.51 




7.8 


3.6 


130.1 


1.44 


16.6 


14.4 


5.6 


11.7 


- 


8.1 


- 


5.1 


APPALACHIAN 


331 


3.53 




1.3 


2.1 


56. 1 


.94 


9.7 


13.7 


1.1 


12.0 




4.0 


- 


3.1 


TAMPA BAY 


905 


3.57 




2.6 


3.3 


157.8" 


1.02 


9.6 


10.3 


9.5 


11.1 


- 


7.2 


- 


3.8 


SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 


1,3*8 


3.67 




5.9 


4.1 


238. 6 


1.05 


27.1 


17.7 


24.1 


10.9 


- 


1.6 


- 


4.7 


UPPER FLORIDA 


1,192 


3.48 




1.6 


.3 


168.4 


1.05 


10.2 


10.0 


5.8 


11.1 


- 


14.4 


- 


12.9 


EAST NORTH CENTRAL 
































EASTERN GROUP 
































SOUTHrRN MICHIGAN 


5,449 


3.51 


- 


4.8 - 


5.2 


|,189.5 


1.41 


29.4 


29.6 


101.9 


10.6 


- 


3.9 


- 


7.5 


NORTHWESTERN OHIO 


918 


3.51 


- 


9.5 - 


7.3 


276.6 


1.65 


27.0 


33.8 


11. 1 


11. 


- 


14.6 


- 


12.0 


- , OHIO - W. PA. 3/ 


5,674 


3.50 


- 


2.2 


3.0 


1,008.3 


1.55 


13.1 


10.5 


69.1 


10.7 


- 


6.0 


- 


2.6 


C0LUM3US 


926 


3.50 


- 


.1 - 


1.5 


153.4 


1.45 


10.2 


15.9 


9.9 


10.8 


- 


5.1 


- 


7.9 


MIAMI VALLeY 


613 


3.52 


- 


4.7 - 


5.0 


257.2 


1.69 


10.5 


5.6 


7.2 


10.9 


- 


.6 


- 


9.2 


CINCINNATI 


1,076 


3.51 




7.4 


3.5 


285.4 


1.56 


13.0 


8.5 


12.6 


10.8 




7.2 


- 


4.4 


WE STERN GROUP 
































MICH. UPPER PENINSULA 


233 


3.55 


- 


4.0 - 


5.9 


60.5 


l.t2 


35.5 


23.4 


3.5 


11.7 


- 


9.2 


- 


7.1 


CHICAGO RtGIONAL 4/ 


7,186 


3.43 


- 


3.7 - 


1.6 


1,8 84.2 


1.63 


10.6 


4.0 


168.3 


11.9 


- 


9.8 


- 


5.5 


LOUIS, -LEX. -rVANS 


1,458 


3.38 


- 


3.9 - 


3.7 


359.7 


1.64 


16.7 


15.7 


14.2 


11.2 


- 


7.4 


- 


8.3 


INDIANA 5/ 


2,571 


3.40 


- 


1.2 - 


4.7 


1, 128.2 


1.76 


22.3 


13.4 


39.4 


11.5 




10.6 


- 


5.5 


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 


1,177 


3.23 




.1 - 


1.5 


480.2 


1.32 


18.7 


17,4 


21.7 


11.3 


- 


8.1 


- 


5.5 


CENTRAL ILLINOIS 


353 


3.25 


- 


12.3 - 


4.4 


157.5 


1.66 


12.0 


12.6 


8.0 


11.0 


- 


9.B 


- 


8.0 


WIST N3RTH CENTRAL 
































NORTHERN GROUP 
































DULUTH - SUPERIOR 


134 


3.34 


- 


7.6 - 


6.6 


62.7 


1.49 


18.5 


16.9 


2.3 


11.7 


- 


4.6 


- 


5.1 


MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 6/ 


1,011 


3.2S 


- 


1.3 - 


4.2 


760.2 


1.57 


19.6 


11.7 


23.1 


10.5 


- 


1.5 


- 


4.8 


EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 


190 


3.32 


- 


2.4 - 


4.8 


119.7 


1.73 


12.3 


13.2 


4.3 


11.2 




.8 


- 


1.8 


BLACK HILLS 


59 


3.36 


- 


.3 - 


5.2 


28.3 


1.83 


16.6 


20.7 


1.1 


12.2 


- 


.3 


- 


3.5 


NORTH CENTRAL IOW\ 


335 


3.44 




1.3 - 


6.9 


156.8 


1.63 


12.0 


9.2 


6.5 


11.7 


- 


8.1 


- 


10.7 


CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY 


123 


3.42 


- 


b.O - 


7.0 


53.1 


1.32 


7.5 


16.8 


2.7 


11.4 


- 


2.2 


- 


5.4 


OUAD CITIES - DUBUQUE 


392 


3.38 


- 


3.5 - 


2.3 


141.* 


1.45 


9.5 


11.9 


7.9 


11.6 


- 


4.2 


- 


7.7 


DES MOINES 


428 


3.59 


- 


2.2 - 


2.8 


139. 1 


1.64 


15.9 


17.1 


9.0 


12.6 


- 


8.2 


- 


5.1 


NEBRASKA-WESTERN I OWa 5/ 


1,071 


3.34 


- 


2.1 - 


.2 


334.3 


1.59 


12.9 


11.9 


23.0 


11.2 


- 


8.4 


- 


9.2 


MINNESOTA - N. DAKOTA 


364 


3.30 


- 


3.7 - 


2.0 


145.7 


1.49 


11.3 


16.4 


6.3 


11.4 


- 


2.3 




.5 




























CONTINUED 



18 



TABLE 8. -WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES, CREA1, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS 
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE, OCTOBER 1969 WITH OJJgAJlISOSg -COW. 



CONTINUED 


CREAM 




TOTAL 


FLUIO 




OCTOBER 1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 


OCTOBER 1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 


MARKETING AREA 


DAILY 
AVERAGE 


«UTTERFAT 
CONTENT 


OCTOBER 1 YEAR TD 
OATE* 


DAILY 

AVERAGE 


BUTTERFAT 
CONTENT 


OCTOBER 


YEAR TO 
DATE* 


NEW ENGLAND 
MASSACHUSETTS-RI-NH 
CONNECTICUT 


1,000 LB. 

136.4 
27.3 


20.9 
24.0 


PERCENT 

- 3.4 - 6.9 

- 12.0 - 8.7 


1,000 LB. 

6,261 
2,614 


3.70 
3.51 


PERCENT 

- 1.2 
.3 


- 1.3 

.9 



MIDOLE ATLANTIC 
DELAWARE VALLEY 



19.6 



23.5 



- 18.3 



4.1 3,704 



3.35 



- 1.8 



- 4.2 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 

UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 3.4 

WASHINGTON, O.C. 17.3 

TRI-STATE .7 

APPALACHIAN .4 

TAMPA BAY 3.6 

SOUTHlASTERN FLORIDA 10.6 

UPPER FLORIDA 3.1 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL 

EASTERN GROUP 

SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 42.8 

NORTHWESTERN OHIO 2.2 

E. OHIO - W. PA. 3/ 37.0 

COLUMBUS 2.9 

MIAMI VALLEY 2.0 

CINCINNATI 3.6 

WESTERN GROUP 

MICH. UPPER PENINSULA 1.0 

CHICAGO REGIONAL 4/ 56.2 

LOUIS, -L=X.-£VANS 3.5 

INOIANA 5/ 16.0 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 5.4 

CENTRAL ILLINOIS 2.8 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL 

NORTHERN GROUP 

DULUTH - SUPERIOR 1.4 

MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL 6/ 14.1 

;aSTE"<N SOUTH DAKOTA " 1.6 

BLACK HILLS .8 

NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 1.4 

CEDAR RAPIOS-IOWA CITY .5 

QUAD CITlcS - OUBUQUE 1.8 

DES MJINES 2.2 

NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA 5/ 6.0 

MINNESOTA - ,S. DAKOTA " 6.3 



23.4 
20.9 
19.0 
22.1 
23.4 
22.3 
24.0 



20.3 
20.7 

19,3 

19.5 
21.1 
22.1 



25.9 
20.4 
23.5 
18.4 
18.4 
18.1 



26.9 
24.4 
25.3 
22.0 
23.9 
22.1 
22.5 
23.8 
22.1 
28.5 



6.9 
1.7 

37.8 
2.6 
1.4 
2.5 

14.4 



3.7 
24.0 

6.1 
12.9 

5.8 

8.1 



.7 
9.3 
8.7 

28.2 
3.3 

31.7 



8.2 

1.6 

.3 

77.7 

13.7 

34.6 

5.8 

7.1 







9.5 


1,507 


7.5 


2,116 


2.4 


1, 124 


18.5 


389 


1.9 


1,076 


3.5 


1,622 


9.2 


1,370 


5.2 


6,783 


12.5 


1,208 


7.7 


6,789 


5.0 


1,097 


10,0 


880 


9.2 


1,379 


6.7 


298 


6.4 


9,295 


4.3 


1,835 


27.2 


3,755 


2.2 


1,690 





521 


9.2 


200 


1.8 


1,809 


2.3 


315 


4.0 


89 


16.9 


499 


30. D 


185 


14.7 


544 


2.0 


628 


10.5 


1,484 


5.0 


523 



3.45 
3.55 
3.32 
3.20 
3.33 
3.52 
3.26 



3.35 
3.18 
3.37 
3.32 
3.08 
3.22 



3.33 
3.32 
3.14 
3.05 
2.98 
2.97 



3.02 
2.82 
2.94 
3.15 
3.03 
2.93 
3.07 
3.20 
3.08 
3.20 



.4 


.7 


.3 


.7 


8.7 


4.7 


2.1 


3.6 


3.5 


4.1 


8.4 


5.6 


2.5 


1.3 


.2 


.8 


3.3 


.9 


.3 


3.8 


1.1 


.6 


.7 


- 2.3 


8.5 


4.4 


2.0 


- 1.7 


1.2 


.6 


.5 


.5 


5.1 


.3 


4.7 


3.1 


5.9 


.1 


.7 


.7 


6.6 


3.8 


2.7 


1.4 


4.9 


1.5 


4.2 


- 2.4 


3.7 


.6 


.4 


.9 


2.5 


2.3 


1.3 


2.4 


.1 


2.6 




CONTINUED 



19 



TABLE 8.-MHGLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK ANO CREAM MIXTURES, CREAM, AND TOTAL FLUID ITEMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS 
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS WHERE SUCH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE. OCTOBER 1969 WITH COMPARISONS -CON. 





WHOLc MILK 1/ 


SKIM MILK ITEMS 2/ 


MILK AND CREAM MIXTURES 


MARKLTIMG AREA 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1963 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 


OCTOBER 
1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 




DAILY 
AVG 


BUTTER- 
FAT 

CONTENT 


OCT. 


YEAR 

TO 
DATE* 


DAILY 
AVG 


BUTTcR- 

FAT 

CONTENT 


OCT. 


YEAR 

TO 
DATE* 


DAILY 
AVG 


BUTTER- 
FAT 

content 


OCT. 


YEAR 

TO 
DATE* 




1 ,000 
LB, 


PERCENT 




1,030 
LB„ 


PERCENT 




1,000 
LB. 


PERCENT 




W ST NTRTH CENTRAL -CON. 
SOUTHERN GROUP 






ST LOUIS - UZARKS 5/ 
KANSAS CITY 
NtOSHJ VALLEY 
WICHITA 


1,459 

1,231 

193 

42 3 


3.29 - 
3.33 - 
3.34 
3.30 


3.5 - 
.9 - 

9.0 
.6 - 


4.9 
3.0 
3.9 

6.6 


54b. 3 1.77 

431.9 1.71 

46.5 1.57 

162.3 1.74 


10.8 
14.0 
29.5 
17.0 


12.5 

12.8 
18.4 
12.4 


18.8 

18.6 

3.1 

7.9 


12.0 - 
11.4 - 
11.7 - 
11.1 


■ 6.6 - 

• 9.3 - 

• 9.4 - 
3.1 - 


9.0 
6.7 
4.2 
4.5 


EAST SJUTH CENTRAL 


























PADUCAH 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHIS 
KNOXVILLE 
CHATTANOOGA 7/ 
MISSISSIPPI " 


219 
849 
550 
424 
395 
751 


3.46 
3.51 - 
3.52 
3.68 - 
3.35 - 
3.82 


3.7 - 
.2 - 
7.1 
B.3 - 
1.7 
1.4 


.3 

1.6 

.3 

4.2 

.8 
3.4 


35.3 1,30 
164.4 .94 
109.7 1.24 
153.9 1.32 
135.4 1.32 
127.9 1.^6 


12.9 

8.3 

12.2 

35.2 

10.6 
12.7 


5.2 
9.2 
15.7 
37.4 
14.8 
11.2 


1.0 
3.9 
4.5 
1.9 
1.3 
4.2 


12.2 
12.1 - 
12.1 - 

12.1 - 

12.2 - 

12.3 - 


18.4 - 

3.3 - 

7.4 - 

7.5 - 
10. 9 - 

2.7 - 


4.7 
3.9 
5.5 

3.1 
5.2 
2.3 



WEST SDUTH CENTRAL 

NORTHE<N GAOUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 
RED RIVER VALLEY 
TEXAS PANHANDLE 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 

SOUTHERN GROUP 
NORTHERN LOUISIANA 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 7/ 
CENTRAL WEST~TEXAS 
AUSTIN - WACO 
SAN ANTDN10 
CORPUS CHRISTI 

MOUNTAIN 
EASTERN COLORADO 
GREAT BASIN 
CENTkAL ARIZONA 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 

PACIFIC 

PUGET SOUND 
INLAND EMPIRE 



491 


3.45 


3.5 


.6 


89.2 


1.55 


10.6 


8.2 


3.6 


12.0 


_ 


3.2 


_ 


6.5 


907 


3.41 


1.3 


.7 


.155.8 


1.71 


18.8 


17.7 


8.5 


11.4 


_ 


4.2 


_ 


5.6 


328 


3.41 


5.0 - 


.4 


= 0.0 


1.&2 


.3 


- 6.3 


2.1 


11.1 


_ 


3.1 


_ 


14.5 


219 


3.44 


- 5.4 - 


7.5 


39.2 


l.o9 


9.3 


10.4 


2.1 


11, 9 


_ 


4.2 


_ 


9.5 


194 


3.47 


.9 - 


2.9 


35.3 


1.77 


7.2 


5.1 


1.5 


11.4 


- 


5.7 


- 


11.1 


340 


3.83 


1.6 


1.1 


60.9 


1.68 


6.9 


6.6 


1.1 


11.6 




43.1 




11.5 


675 


3.86 


- 1.4 - 


1.5 


104.8 


1.57 


19.0 


17.6 


7.3 


12.3 


_ 


3.1 


_ 


3.5 


1,753 


3.41 


6.5 


4.3 


501.8 


1.46 


9.4 


.1 


18. e 


11.3 


_ 


2.7 


_ 


10.7 


307 


3.36 


- 2.4 - 


2.8 


105.3 


1.66 


7.4 


7.3 


3.2 


11.9 


- 


14.5 


_ 


11.2 


440 


3.44 


1,4 - 


1.1 


93.2 


1.30 


14.9 


7.1 


3.9 


12.3 


_ 


2.5 


_ 


3.4 


542 


3.42 


6.5 


6,9 


49.9 


1.25 


- 8.8 


.4 


3.6 


11.4 


_ 


10.4 


_ 


12.1 


372 


3.48 


4.2 


2.6 


41.6 


1.54 


- 3,1 


- 14.1 


3.2 


11.9 




2.3 


- 


5.1 


1,116 


3.35 


.2 - 


3.4 


372.2 


l.o8 


29.2 


25.5 


18.2 


11.7 




6.1 




5.4 


521 


3.45 


- 2.6 - 


4.1 


319.7 


1.82 


12.2 


14.5 


6.0 


12.4 


. 


6.9 


- 


5.7 


944 


3. 46 


15.3 


6,0 


242.1 


1.25 


- 14.1 


1.0 


11.7 


10.9 




1.9 


_ 


2.9 


830 


3.52 


.3 - 


1.7 


116.1 


l.o8 


24.1 


23.0 


8.2 


11.9 


- 


3.4 


- 


2.8 


1,183 


3.51 


- 6.2 - 


5.0 


645.1 


l.d7 


20.4 


21.0 


24.1 


11.9 




4.7 




6.2 


192 


3.53 


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2.3 


155.1 


I. 86 


12.3 


14.1 


5.0 


11.6 




.7 


- 


3.3 



COMBINED AREAS (60) 


68,524 


3.47 ■ 


- 1.5 - 


1.9 16,851,9 


I.f4 


15.9 


13.7 


922.6 


11.4 ■ 


■ 5.2 - 


6.1 


NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 8/ 


... 


... 


_. 





... 


... 


... 


... 


... 









CONTINUED 



20 



TABLE 8. -WHOLE MILK, SKIM MILK ITEMS, MILK AND 
DEFINED BY FEDERAL MILK ORDERS FOR MARKETS 


IREAM MIXTURES, CREA1, 
*HERE SUCH INFORMATION 


AND TOTAL FLUID ITFMS SOLD IN MARKETING AREAS 
IS AVAILABLE, OCTOBER 1969 WITH COMPARISONS -CXJN. 


CONTINUED 


CREAM 


TOTAL 


FLUID 




OCTOBER 1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1963 


OCTOBER 1969 


CHANGE 1969 
FROM 1968 


MARKETING AREA 


DAILY 

AVERAGE 


8UTTERFAT 
CONTENT 


OCTOBER 


YEAR To 
DATE* 


DAILY 
AVERAGE 


BUTTERFAT 
CONTENT 


OCTOBER 


1 YEAR TO 
DATE* 




1,003 LB. 


- 


PERCENT 




1,000 LB. 




PERCENT 





WFST NORTH CENTRAL -CON. 
SOUTHERN GROUP 

ST LOUIS - OZARKS 5/ 

KANSAS CITY 

NEOSHO VALLEY 

WICHITA 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 
PADUCAH 
NASHVILLE 
MEMPHIS 
KN0XV1LLE 
CHATTANOOGA JJ 
MISSISSIPPI 



11.6 


19.2 


21.2 




3.1 


2,038 


3.06 


0.1 


- 0.8 


6.0 


22.8 


- 3.5 


- 


4.1 


1,687 


3.08 


2.4 


.6 


.6 


22.6 


50.2 


- 


6.5 


244 


3.16 


12.1 


6.2 


1.9 


24. 3 


8.1 


~ 


13.1 


595 


3.05 


4.6 


- 2.0 


.6 


22.5 


17.3 


_ 


6.2 


257 


3.24 


9.3 


.4 


1.8 


25. 5 


6.9 


- 


.9 


1,020 


3.17 


1.1 





2.4 


23. 4 


- 10.6 


- 


5.1 


667 


3.28 


7.7 


a. 6 


.9 


23.1 


9.7 







580 


3.11 


.5 


3.6 


.9 


25.1 


- 5.2 


- 


11.2 


532 


3.27 


l.l 


4.0 


1.8 


23.0 


- 4.2 


- 


1.4 


835 


3.57 


2.9 


4.5 



WEST SOUTH Cf.NTRAL 

NORTHERN GROUP 
CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 
RED RIVER VALLEY 
TEXAS PANHANDLE 
LUBBOCK - PLAINVIEW 

SOUTHE'N GROUP 
NORTHlRN LOUISIANA 
NEW ORLEANS 
NORTH TEXAS 7/ 
CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 
AUSTIN - WACO 
SAN ANTONIO 
CORPUS CHRISTI 

MOUNTAIN 
: ASTERN CULORAOO 
GREAT BASIN 
CENTRAL ARIZJNA 
RIO GRANDE VALLEY 

PiCIFIC 
PUGET SOUND 
INLAND EMPIP? 



1.6 


22.6 


49.5 




8.0 




585 


3.26 


2.8 


22.1 


- 7.9 


- 


9.2 


1 


,074 


3.28 


1.0 


21.2 


.8 


- 


16.6 




391 


3.22 


.8 


23.4 


- 19.7 


-- 


9.7 




261' 


3.31 


1.2 


27.1 


10.6 




1.4 




232 


3.38 


1.2 


23.1 


- 1.0 


_ 


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404 


3.58 


2.0 


22.6 


2.3 


- 


6,3 




789 


3.68 


11.8 


24.2 


9.7 


- 


17.0 


2 


,286 


3.15 


1.3 


26.3 


- 13.5 




2.7 




417 


3.08 


1.6 


27.0 


16.5 


- 


8.5 




539 


3.21 


1.0 


17.5 


- 6.9 


- 


6,9 




597 


3.31 


.9 


22.0 


- 6.6 




6.6 




418 


3.39 


7.2 


22.1 


- 11.9 


_ 


10.1 


1 


.513 


3.13 


5.6 


29.1 


- 5.6 


- 


9.8 




852 


3.07 


5.8 


22.2 


9.4 




1.2 


1 


,203 


3.19 


2.9 


23.9 


3.4 




.3 




957 


3.43 


12.5 


, 27.2 


.2 


_ 


1.8 


1 


,86 5 


3.21 


2.4 


28.4 


.1 


- 


5.1 




355 


3.03 



4.6 


1.7 


3.9 


2.7 


4.2 


- 1.5 


3.5 


- 5.2 


.3 


- 1.7 


2.1 


1.8 


.9 


.6 


7.0 


3.0 


.3 


.5 


3.5 


.1 


4.9 


6.1 


3.4 


.6 


5.6 


2.2 


2.4 


2.1 


7.7 


4.7 


2.6 


.7 


1.7 


2.2 


4.3 


3.7 



COMBINED AREA3 (60) 



5 26.0 



21.7 



- 3.4 



- 5.4 86,827 



3.29 



1.4 



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"CW YORK-NEW JERSEY 8/ 



* Data 

1/ Plain 

2/ Plain 

3/ Sales 

and Youngs 

4/ Sales 

Wisconsin, 

January 1 , 

5/ Sales 

October 1, 

marketing 

6/ Sales 

7/ Sales 

8/ Small 



16,0*2 



. 3 



for February 1968 adjusted to a 28-day basis before computing percentage changes, 
flavored, and fluid equivalent of concentrated. 

fortified, and flavored skim and part skim milk, buttermilk, and cultured specialties, 
represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The July 1, 1968 amendment merged and expanded the Wheeling, Northeastern Ohio, 

town-Warren markets and the May 1, 1969 amendment merged the Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania and Clarksburg markets.) 
represent the area after the 1969 amendment. (The July 1, 1968 amendment merged and expanded the Madison, Milwaukee, Northeastern 
Northwestern Indiana, and Rock River Valley markets with the area formerly regulated under the Chicago order and the 
1969 amendment deleted from the Chicago Regional marketing area, the area formerly regulated under Northwestern Indiana.) 
represent the area after the merger and expansion of Nebraska-Western Iowa and Sioux City May 1, 1968; St. Louis and Ozarks , 
1968; and, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and the Northwestern Indiana market which was formerly Included in the Chicago Regional 

area, January 1, 1969. 
for marketing area as defined prior to 1969 amendment, 
for marketing area as defined after the 1968 amendment, 
amount of sales estimated. 



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Base price 


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Excess price 


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Marketing area 






November 


November : 


November 


November 




1969 : 1968 


1969 : 1968 : 


1969 : 1968 


1969 : 1968 




Dollars per 100 lb. : 




Dollars per 100 lb. 


Appalachian 






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Central Arkansas 






: Nashville 






Chattanooga 






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Delaware Valley 






: Puget Sound 


6.22 5.96 


4.39 4.33 


Fort Smith 






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5.70 5.55 


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Kansas City 






: Upper Chesapeake Bay 
: Washington, D.C. 







1/ See footnotes on table 1 for location at which price is reported. 



Table 11 . --Seasonal incentive fund included under various Federal milk orders, November 



Marketing area 


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Marketing area 


November 


1969 : 1968 : 


1969 : 1968 




Pol, per 100 lb^. : 




Pol, per 100 lb. 


Central Arizona 




: Massachusetts-R. I. -N.H. 


0.19 0.19 


Central Illinois 


0.38 0.38 : 


: Miami Valley 


.28 .26 


Cincinnati 


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: Nebraska-Western Iowa 


.47 .45 


Columbus 


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: New York-New Jersey 


.20 .21 


Connecticut 


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: Paducah 


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Eastern South Dakota 


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Evansville 


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Table 12. --Filled and imitation milk sales in Federal milk order markets 1/ 





Spprpmhpr 1969 


: Orrohpr 1969 


Nnvpmbpr 


969 


Product Composition 


Mkts. :Handlers 


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Volume 


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Nondairy fat and: 
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Nonfat dry milk 

Imitation milk: 
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other protein 


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2,965 : 
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1,000 lb. 

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Total 


20* 48 3,814 ; 


1 20* 43 3,824 \ 


J3/19* 42 3,365 



* Represents number of markets reporting sales of one or more products. 1/ The survey information 
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3/ Austin-Waco, Central Arizona, Central Illinois, Cincinnati, Corpus Christi, Delaware Valley, Eastern 
Colorado, Eastern Ohio-Western Pennsylvania, Miami Valley, Minnesota-North Dakota, Nebraska-Western Iowa, 
New Orleans, New York-New Jersey, North Texas, Oklahoma Metropolitan, San Antonio, Southern Illinois, 
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27 



Table 15. --U.S. production, January 1969 to date, with comparisons 





Milk 1/ 


Butter Z 


American cheese 2/ 


Nonfat dry milk 2/ 


Month 


1969* 


Change 

from 

1968 


1969* 


Change 

from 

1968 


1969* 


Change 

from 

1968 


1969* 


Change 

from 

1968 




Bil. lb. 


Pet. 


Mil, lb. 


Pet. 


Mil, lb. 


Pet. 


Mil, lb. 


Pet. 


Jan. 


9.4 


-1.5 


106.6 


-1 


90.7 


-4 


120.9 


-4 


Feb. 


8.8 


-4.5 


95.7 


-5 


87.3 


-7 


114.8 


-9 


Mar. 


10.0 


-1.8 


104.7 


-3 


101.3 


-5 


133.1 


-7 


Apr. 


10.3 


-1.9 


109.6 


-3 


113.2 


-6 


149.3 


-10 


May 


11.0 


-1.6 


116.1 


-5 


135.6 


-4 


173.5 


-10 


June 


10.8 


-.7 


111.1 


-4 


140.6 





178.5 


-7 


July 


10.2 


-.4 


93.5 


-5 


124.1 


+1 


141.2 


-8 


Aug. 


9.6 


+.5 


77.2 


-4 


111.8 


+4 


111.1 


-8 


Sept. 


9.1 


+1.0 


67.6 


-2 


98.4 


+5 


83.0 


-8 


Oct. 


9.2 


+ .3 


75.9 


-3 


94.8 


+6 


79.0 


-12 


Nov. 


8.7 


-.4 


72.2 


-8 


88.2 


+9 


74.3 


-24 


Dec. 


















Year to 
date 


107.0 


-1.0 


1,030.2 


-4 


1,186.0 





1,351.6 


-9 



* Prel 
SRS. 3/ 



iminary. 1/ "Milk Production," SRS. 2/ "Production of Creamery Butter and Cheese, 
"Evaporated, Condensed and Dry Milk," SRS. 



Table 16. --Commercial and Government storage holdings, January 1969 to date, with comparisons 













St 


orage Holdings 1/ 














Buttei 


1) 




: American cheese 2/ : 


Nonfat dry milk 


Month 


Commer- 
cial 
1969* 


Gov't 


Tot 


al 


.Commer- 


Gov't 


Total : 


:Commer- 
: cial 


Gov't 


Tot 


al 






Change : 




Change : 




Change 




1969* 


1969* 


from : 


. cial 


1969* 


1969* 


from : 


: 1969* 


1969* 


1969* 


from 








1968 : 


. 1969* 






1968 : 


: u 


y 




1968 




Mill 


.ion pounc 


Is 


Pet. 


Mill 


ion pounds 


Pet. 


Million pounds 


Pet. 


Jan. 


15.5 


89.0 


104.5 


-36 : 


: 272.2 


24.2 


296.4 


-9 : 


: 72.7 


201.8 


: 274.5 


+10 


Feb. 


17.0 


98.1 


115.1 


-33 : 


: 237.2 


33.9 


271.1 


-13 : 


: 68.5 


210.7 


: 279.2 


+5 


Mar. 


20.0 


101.4 


121.4 


-31 : 


: 243.7 


19.3 


263.0 


-13 : 


: 64.0 


204.7 


. 268.7 


-1 


Apr. 


28.7 


105.8 


134.5 


-25 : 


: 241.6 


17.9 


259.5 


-18 : 


: 75.2 


183.1 


: 258.3 


-12 


May 


31.5 


131.1 


162.6 


-18 : 


: 265.3 


15.4 


280.7 


-18 : 


: 108.0 


192.9 


: 300.9 


-8 


June 


41.7 


153.6 


195.3 


-13 : 


: 297.6 


10.7 


308.3 


-17 : 


: 137.1 


202.6 


: 339.7 


-10 


July 


44.6 


153.4 


198.0 


-18 : 


: 320.0 


7.1 


327.1 


-16 : 


: 149.1 


228.8 


: 377.9 


-5 


Aug. 


44.4 


141.2 


185.6 


-17 : 


: 322.7 


4.4 


327.1 


-16 : 


: 150.9 


230.7 


: 381.6 





Sept. 


33.9 


121.4 


155.3 


-21 : 


: 305.7 


3.4 


309.0 


-18 : 


: 130.4 


208.8 


: 339.2 





Oct. 


27.3 


97.9 


125.2 


-23 : 


: 291.1 


3.5 


294.6 


-15 : 


: 108.3 


187.1 


: 295.4 


+3 


Nov. 


22.3 


81.4 


103.7 


-25 : 


: 272.5 


2.3 


274.8 


-18 : 


: 92.0 


171.0 


: 263.0 


-3 


Dec . 



























* Preliminary. 1/ End of month. II "Cold Storage Report," SRS. 3/ "Evaporated, 
Dry Milk," SRS. 4/ "Summary of Processed Commodities in Store," ASCS. 



Condensed and 



Table 17.--CCC purchases (Delivery basis), January 1969 to date, with comparisons 





Butter 1/ 


American cheese 1/ 


Nonfat dry 


milk 1/ 


Milk equivalent of 
net CCC purchases U 


Month 




Change. 




Change 




Change 




Change 




1969 


from 
1968 


1969 


from 
1968 


1969 


from 
1968 


1969 


from 
1968 




1,000 lb. 


Pet. 


1,000 lb. 


Pet. 


1,000 lb. 


Pet. 


Mil, lb. 


Pet. 


Jan. 


19,556 


+4 


198 


-98 


42,757 


-16 


420 


-12 


Feb. 


25,429 


-8 





-100 


43,390 


-12 


542 


-19 


Mar. 


20,049 


-26 


4,704 


-40 


46,235 


+36 


459 


-30 


Apr. 


27,641 


+32 


12,499 


+100 


26,215 


-56 


715 


-60 


May 


39,588 


+18 


5,007 


+562 


42,629 


-38 


897 


+24 


June 


22,263 


-43 





-100 


49,537 


-26 


475 


-50 


July 


21,944 


+5 





-100 


42,469 


-33 


470 


-21 


Aug. 


5,269 


-4 





-100 


34,927 


-22 


163 


-20 


Sept. 


: 534 


+100 





-100 


29,216 


+4 


48 


-73 


Oct. 


3,683 


+677 


: 


-100 


12,529 


-60 


110 


-19 


Nov. 


2,052 


+90 


1,916 


-73 


14,571 


-30 


85 


-24 


Dec. 


















Year to 
date 


. 188,008 


-4 


24,324 


-72 


384,475 


-26 


4,384 


-15 



1/ "Dairy Price Support Activity Report," ASCS. 2/ CCC purchases (delivery basis) of butter, 
cheese, and evaporated milk, plus PIK certificates issued for butter, minus CCC domestic sales 
for unrestricted use of butter and cheese, ASCS. 



28 



Sources of Milk for Federal Milk Order Markets, December 1968 

Detailed information on sources of milk for Federal order markets is published every 
other year in a report entitled "Sources of Milk for Federal Order Markets, by State 
and County" (CM&S-50). The latest issue of this report is 1968 and contains sources 
of milk information for December 1967. Less detailed information has been compiled 
for December 1968 and is presented here. 

During December 1968, handlers regulated under 67 Federal milk marketing orders 
received milk from more than 142 thousand producers in 46 states. The volume of milk 
received from these producers accounted for 52 percent of the milk sold to plants and 
dealers and about 75 percent of the fluid Grade A milk sold to plants and dealers in 
the United States in 1968. The primary source of producer milk for most Federal order 
markets was the states or states in which the marketing area was located. 

In each of 12 markets, Federal order handlers received all of their producer milk from 
dairy farmers in one state. Conversely, producers in each of seven states delivered 
milk to 10 or more Federal order markets. In three of these seven states Wisconsin, 
Oklahoma, and Texas producers delivered milk to handlers in 12 different Federal 
orders. Producers in Minnesota delivered milk to handlers in 11 different Federal 
orders; and producers in Indiana, Iowa, and Missouri delivered milk to handlers in 10 
different Federal orders. Advances in refrigerations, bulk tank assembly and improved 
highways, have made it easier for producers to become associated with more distant 
markets. (See table 29.) 

Producers in 2,018 counties in 46 states delivered milk to Federal order handlers. As 
might be expected, the concentration of producers, in a county was most pronounced in 
a large dairy states which have within their boundaries, or are near one large 
metropolitan areas. Over half of the 47 counties which had over 500 producers were 
located in the States of New York and Wisconsin. Over 75 percent of the 178 counties 
which had over 200 producers were located in the States of New York, Wisconsin 
Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ohio. (See map on page 33 .) 



29 



Table. 18- 



-Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers and producer deliveries, by market and 

State, December 1968 



Marketing area : 
ami States : 

supplying milk JL' 


Producers 


Producer 
deliveries 


Percentage : 
of producer : 
deliveries : 


: Marketing area : 
: and States : 
: supplying milk JL' : 


Producers 


Producer 
deliveries 


Percentage 
of producer 
deliveries 




Number 
745 


1,000 lb. 


Percent : 

100.0 : 


:DES MOINES : 


Number 
1,198 


1,000 lb. 


Percent 


APPALACHIAN : 


28,432 


35,760 


100.0 


Ky. : 


79 


2,201 


7.8 : 


: Iowa : 


1,102 


32,679 


91.4 


N.C.-W. Va. : 


31 


1,226 


4.3 : 


: Minn. : 


74 


2,561 


7.1 


Tenn. : 


281 


10,358 


36.4 : 


: Mo. -Wis. : 


22 


520 


1.5 


Va. : 


354 


14,647 


51.5 : 


















:DULUTH-SUPERI0R : 


683 


14,202 


100.0 


AUSTIN-WACO : 


294 


12,152 


100.0 : 


: Minn. : 


339 


6,810 


48.0 


Texas : 


294 


12,152 


100.0 : 


: Wis. ; 


344 


7,392 


52.0 


BLACK HILLS : 
S. Dak.-(Wyo.) : 


102 
102 


4,810 
4,810 


100.0 : 
100.0 : 


: EASTERN COLORADO 
: Colo. 


1,300 
952 


58.506 
53,343 


100.0 
91.2 










: Idaho-Neb*. -Raps. 


31 


716 


1.2 


CEDAR RAPIDS-IOWA CITY . 


364 


11,014 


100.0 : 


: S. Dak. 


59 


559 


1.0 


Iova 


364 


11,014 


100.0 : 


: Utah 


185 


2,365 


4.0 










: Wyo . 


73 


1,523 


2.6 


CENTRAL ARIZONA 


182 


44,300 


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Ariz. -(Calif .) 


182 


44,300 


100.0 : 


: EASTERN OHIO-WESTERN PA. 


10,168 


252,282 


100.0 










: Ind. 


491 


11,010 


4.4 


CENTRAL ARKANSAS 


793 


24,712 


100.0 : 


: Md. 


150 


3,779 


1.5 


Ark. 


761 


24,061 


97.4 : 


: Mich. 


40 


908 


.4 


La. -Okla. -Texas 


16 


255 


1.0 : 


: N.Y. 


204 


7,082 


2.8 


Mo. 


16 


396 


1.6 : 


: Ohio 


4,819 


129,559 


51.3 










:. Pa. 


4,255 


96,187 


38.1 


CENTRAL ILLINOIS 


743 


21,495 


100.0 : 


: W. Va. 


209 


3,757 


1.5 


111. 


672 


18,885 


87.9 : 










Minn. -(Wis .) 


71 


2,610 


12.1 : 


: EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA 


384 


14.176 


100.0 










: Iowa 


19 


826 


5.8 


CENTRAL WEST TEXAS 


283 


14.678 


100.0 : 


: Minn. 


55 


2,365 


16.7 


Texas-(N. Mex.) 


283 


14,678 


100.0 : 


: S. Dfik. 


310 


10,985 


77.5 


CHATTANOOGA 


624 


22.314 


100. 


:F0RT SMITH 


167 


3,684 


100.0 


Ga.-(Ala.) 


91 


4,104 


18.4 : 


: Ark. -(Okla.) 


167 


3,684 


100.0 


Tenn. 


533 


18,210 


81.6 : 


















:F0RT WAYNE 


893 


25,982 


100.0 


CHICAGO REGIONAL 


16,842 


567,322 


100.0 : 


: Ind. 


469 


14,020 


54.0 


111. 


1,953 


65,039 


11.5 : 


: Mich. 


: 104 


2,311 


8.9 


Ind. 


651 


18,907 


3.3 : 


: Ohio 


: 38 


1,104 


4.2 


Mich. -Minn. 


18 


532 


.1 : 


: Wis. 


: 282 


8,547 


32.9 


Wis. 


14,220 


482,844 


85.1 : 


















: GREAT BASIN 2/ 


: 913 


34,204 


100.0 


CINCINNATI 


2,636 


55,045 


100.0 : 


: Idaho 


: 70 


3,018 


8.8 


Ind. 


571 


14,747 


26.8 : 


: Nev.-V.'yo. 


: 13 


811 


2.4 


Ky. 


967 


13,608 


24.7 : 


: Utah 


: 830 


30,375 


88.8 


Ohio 


1,098 


26,690 


48.5 : 


















: INDIANAPOLIS 


: 2,921 


84.594 


100.0 


CLARKSBURG 


157 


4,898 


100.0 : 


: 111. -(Mich.) 


: 239 


5,289 


6.3 


Md.-Pa. 


20 


1,086 


22.2 : 


: Ind. 


: 2,008 


55,838 


66.0 


W. Va. 


137 


3,812 


77.8 : 


: Ohio 


: 203 


5,370 


6.3 










: Wis. 


: 471 


18,097 


21.4 


COLUMBUS 


1,625 


44,158 


100.0 : 










Ohio 


1,625 


44,158 


100.0 : 


: INLAND EMPIRE 


: 444 


17,263 


100.0 










: Idaho- (Mont.) 


: 139 


3,833 


22.2 


CONNECTICUT 


1,927 


97,167 


100.0 : 


: Wash. 


: 305 


13,430 


77.8 


Conn. 


1,046 


47,389 


48.8 : 










Mass. 


98 


5,294 


5.4 : 


: KANSAS CITY 


: 2,234 


90,874 


100.0 


N.Y. 


: 783 


44,484 


45.8 : 


: Iowa-Nebr. 


: 59 


2,464 


2.7 










: Kans. 


: 1,148 


47,636 


52.4 


CORPUS CHRISTI 


: 185 


12,819 


100.0 : 


: Mo. 


: 1,027 


40,774 


44.9 


Texas 


: 185 


12,819 


100.0 : 


















:KNOXVILLE 


: 703 


23.682 


100.0 


DELAWARE VALLEY 


: 5,337 


197,004 


100.0 : 


: Tenn. 


: 703 


23,682 


100. 


Del. 


: 253 


7,427 


3.8 : 










Md. 


: 551 


22,068 


11.2 : 


: LOUISVILLE -LEX. -EVANS. 


: 3,035 


81,338 


100.0 


N.J. 


: 359 


16,413 


8.3 : 


: 111. 


: 43 


1,171 


1.4 


N.Y. 


: 167 


9,694 


4.9 : 


: Ind. 


: 803 


20,708 


25.5 


Pa. 


: 3,941 


139,180 


70.7 : 


: Ky.-(Tenn.) 


: 2,189 


59,459 


73.1 


Vt.-Va.-K. Va. 


: 66 


2,222 


1.1 : 











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Table 18. 



-Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers and producer deliveries, by market and 

State, December 1968 -Continued 



Marketing area 

and States 

supplying milk 1/ 


Producers 


• Producer 
'deliveries 


: Percentage 
:of producer 
:deliveries 


: : Marketing area 

:: and States 

:: supplying milk 1/ 


Producers 


Producer 
deliveries 


: Percentage 
:of producer 
deliveries 




Number 

184 
24 
67 
93 

8.436 
143 
666 

1,180 
787 

1,458 
181 

4,021 

743 
178 
93 
225 
247 

1,353 
143 

1,210 

389 

329 

60 

4,186 
1,468 
2,718 

1,430 
1,146 

284 

1,001 
1,001 

1,171 
191 
980 

1,744 

432 

64 

140 

1,108 

371 

61 

202 

108 

1,297 
917 
380 

28,098 

10 

77 

1,024 

18,924 

8,063 

846 
654 
192 


: 1,000 lb. 
6,297 


: Percent 

100.0 

28.6 

5.5 

65.9 

100.0 
2.1 
5.7 

15.0 
9.1 

19.2 
2.2 

46.7 

100.0 

7.0 

11.7 

34.9 

46.4 

100.0 
10.3 
89.7 

100.0 
84.9 
15.1 

100.0 
37.4 
62.6 

100.0 
80.0 
20.0 

100.0 
100.0 

100.0 
18.9 
81.1 

100.0 

24.3 

4.1 

8.3 

63.3 

100.0 

4.5 

63.8 

31.7 

100.0 
74.7 
25.3 

100.0 
3/ 

.2 

5.5 

72.0 

22.3 

100.0 
82.1 
17.9 


: : NORTH TEXAS 

Kans. -N. Mex. 
:: Okla. 
: : Texas 

: : NORTHERN LOUISIANA 
:: La. -(Texas) 

: NORTHWESTERN OHIO 
:: Ind. 
:: Mich. 
:: Ohio 

: : OKLAHOMA METROPOLITAN 

:: Ark. 

: : Kans. -Mo. 

:: Okla. 

: : PADUCAH 
:: Ky. 
: : Mo. 
: : Tenn. 

: : PUGET SOUND 
:: Wash. 

::QUAD CITIES-DUBUQUE 
:: 111. 
: : Iowa 
:: Wis. 

::RED RIVER VALLEY 
:: Okla. 
: : Texas 

: :RIO GRANDE VALLEY 

: : Ariz. 

:: Colo. 

: : N . Mex . 

:: Okla. 

: : Texas 

: : Utah 

::ST. LOUIS-OZARKS 
: : Ark. -Minn. 
:: 111. 

: : Iowa -V.' is . 
: : Mo. 

: : SAN ANTONIO 
: : Texas 

: : SOUTH TEXAS 

:: Kans . -La . -Okla . 

: : Mo. 

: : Texas 

:: SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA 
:: Fla. 

: : SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 

:: 111. 

:: Ind.-Ky. 

: : Iowa 

:: Minn. 

: : Mo. 

:: Wis. 


Number 

2,185 

28 

297 

1,860 

323 
323 

1,449 
142 
224 

1,083 

1,473 
29 
18 

1,426 

334 

269 

27 

38 

1,866 
1,866 

1,035 
157 
742 
136 

389 

332 

57 

374 
14 
57 
147 
124 
15 
17 

3,251 

8 

1,081 

95 

2,067 

339 
339 

1,564 
74 
40 

1,450 

88 
88 

2,332 

1,353 

44 

84 

147 

73 

631 


1,000 lb. 


: Percent 


LUBBOCK-PLAINVIEW 


93,043 

148 

3,263 

89,632 

17,503 


100. 


N. Mex. 

Okla. 

Texas 

MASSACHUSETTS-R. I. -N.H. 


1,803 

348 

4,146 

270,490 


.2 

3.5 

96.3 

100.0 


Conn. 
Maine 
Mass. 


5,732 
15,466 
40,633 
24,647 
51,960 

5,841 
126,211 

26.361 


17,503 
42,346 


100.0 
100.0 


N.H. 
N.Y. 
R.I. 

Vt. 


5,160 

9,657 

27,529 

55,609 


12.2 
22.8 
65.0 

100.0 


MEMPHIS 


793 

570 

54,246 

9,905 


1.4 


Ark. 

Ky.-Mo.-Okla. 

Miss. 

Tenn. 


1,850 

3,083 

9,192 

12,236 

38,010 


1.0 
97.6 

100.0 


MIAMI VALLEY 


7,455 
1,016 
1,434 

99,966 


75.3 
10.2 


Ind. 
Ohio 


3,929 
34,081 

8,368 


14.5 
100.0 


MICHIGAN UPPER PENINSULA 


99,966 
34,207 


100.0 


Mich. 
His. 


7,104 
1,264 

131,304 


100.0 


MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL 


5,577 

23,830 

4,800 

15,517 


16.3 

69.7 


Minn. -(Iowa) 

Wis. 


49,025 
82,279 

42,696 


14.0 
100.0 


MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA 


12,903 
2,614 

27,159 


83.2 


Minn. 

N. Dak.- (S. Dak.) 


34,175 
8,521 

37,376 


16.8 

100.0 


MISSISSIPPI 


1,840 

1,187 

17,307 

543 
5,917 

365 

103,815 


6.8 


Miss. -(Ala. )-(Tenn.) 
NASHVILLE 


37,376 
38,506 


4.4 

63.7 

2.0 


Ky. 
Tenn. 

NEBRASKA-WESTERN IOWA 


7,284 
31,222 

66,263 


21.8 

1.3 

100.0 


Iowa 

Knns.- Wyo.-S. Dak. 

Minn. 
Nebr. 

NEOSHO VALLEY 


16,089 
2,747 
5,487 

41,940 

9,815 


233 

37,581 

4,897 

61,104 

24,548 


.2 

36.2 

4.7 

58.9 

100.0 


Ark. -Okla. 

Kans. 

Mo. 


439 
6,261 
3,115 

47,129 


24,548 
53,699 


100.0 
100.0 


NEW ORLEANS 


1,621 

802 

51,276 

47,172 


3.0 
1.5 


La. 
Miss . 


35,199 
11,930 

802,795 


95.5 

100.0 


NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 


47,172 
64,951 


100.0 


Del.-Vt.-W. Va. 
Md. 


264 

1,067 

43,957 

578,222 

179,285 

21,890 


100.0 


N.J. 
N.Y. 
Pa. 

NORTH CENTRAL IOWA 


36,875 
1,324 
1,999 
5,380 
2,138 

17,235 


56.8 
2.0 
3.1 
8.3 
3.3 


Iowa 
Minn. 


17,973 
3,917 


26.5 



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Table 18. --Sources of milk for Federal milk order markets: Number of producers and producer deliveries, by market and 

State, December 1968 -Continued 



1/ States in parentheses had fewer than 50 producers. 

2/ November 1968. 

3/ Less than 0.05 percent. 



Marketing area 

and States 
supplying milk l/ 


Producers 


Producer 
deliveries 


.•Percentage : 
:of producer : 
.■deliveries : 


: Marketing area 

: and States 

: supplying milk 1/ 


Producers 


Producer 
deliveries 


Percentage 
of producer 
deliveries 




Number 
9,366 


1 ,000 lb. 


: Percent : 
100.0 : 


.UPPER FLORIDA 


Number 
204 


1,000 lb. 
40,551 


Percent 


SOUTHERN MICHIGAN 


295,929 


100.0 


Ind.-Ohio-Wls. 


163 


4,581 


1.5 : 


: Fla. 


204 


40,551 


100.0 


Mich. 


9,203 


291,348 


98.5 : 


















:UPSTATE MICHIGAN 


40 


1 ,124 


100.0 


TAMPA BAY 


139 


30,519 


100.0 : 


: Mich. 


40 


1,124 


100.0 


Fla. 


139 


30,519 


100.0 : 


















.WASHINGTON, D.C. 


1,908 


91,931 


100.0 


TEXAS PANHANDLE 


289 


11,317 


100.0 : 


: Md. 


871 


43,985 


47.8 


Kans.-N. Mex. -Texas 


58 


2,973 


26.3 : 


: N.C.-W. Va. 


89 


2,677 


2.9 


Okla. 


231 


8,344 


73.7 : 


: Pa. 


152 


5,691 


6.2 










: Va. 


796 


39,578 


43.1 


TRI -STATE 


1,520 


34,652 


100.0 : 










Ky. 


289 


5,683 


16.4 : 


.WESTERN COLORADO 


80 


3,248 


100.0 


Ohio 


968 


21,024 


60.7 : 


: Colo. 


80 


3,248 


100.0 


Pa. 


10 


124 


.3 : 










W. Va. 


253 


7,821 


22.6 : 


:WICHITA 


! 871 


35,225 


100.0 










: Colo. -Okla. 


19 


712 


2.0 


UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY 


1,956 


74,221 


100.0 


: Kans. 


852 


34,513 


98.0 


Del.-Va.-W.Va. 


109 


3,515 


4.8 : 










Md. 


1,241 


47,388 


63.8 : 










Pa. 


606 


23,318 


31.4 : 











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Major Order Actions, November 1969 

Amendment : 

Mississippi - November 1 (34 FR 15248, 9/30/69). Amendment expands the marketing 
area by adding the Mississippi counties of George, Greene, Hancock, Jackson, 
Pearl River, Stone, and the unregulated portion of Harrison County. 

To qualify for pooling a distributing plant must have route disposition in the 
marketing area of at least 20 percent of his Grade A receipts. Action deletes 
the alternative of route disposition in the marketing area of a daily average of 
7,000 pounds per month. For the months of December through August, the milk of 
a producer whose production for 10 days is received at pool plants during the 
month may be diverted to nonpool plants on other days of the month. As an 
alternative, a cooperative could divert a quantity equal to 50 percent of member 
milk delivered to pool plants. The percentage would also apply to pool plant 
operators for nonmember milk. 

Amendment provides a minus 16 cents location adjustment on Class I milk received 
at plants located in the Mississippi marketing area except that part in George, 
Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River, and Stone Counties. This change 
provides for the seven counties added to the marketing area to comprise a pricing 
zone in which the Class I price would be the same as the Gulf Coast locations. 

Amendment clarifies payments to producers by substituting "partial payment" where 
the terra "advance payment" is now used. 

Suspension ; 

Appalachian - November 27 (34 FR 18897, 11/27/69). This suspension will permit 
unlimited diversion of milk during the months of November 1969 through 
February 1970 directly from dairy farmers to unregulated plants wherever located, 
and further provide for classification of such milk at its actual utilization. 



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